Seventa Events grows team following client wins

Ellie Geddes joins as event producer to assist with clients including Rekorderlig Cider, Liverpool Victoria and Nuffield Health.

Ellie Geddes
Ellie Geddes

Ellie Geddes has joined Bournemouth-based Seventa Events as an event producer.

In her new role she will be managing events for a variety of corporate and private client projects.

She brings experience from working at successful London agencies such as RPM Ltd, Westfield and Cake Group. The wide variety of events she has previously produced range from public outdoor concerts, corporate festivals, product launches, experiential roadshows and gala dinners.

"We are very impressed by Ellie’s experience in the events industry and are thrilled to have her join our creative team," said Simon Brooks, founder & director of Seventa Events. "With several new client wins in a range of different industries, Ellie will be supporting our team in producing creative and memorable events for our clients."

Geddes added: "I’m excited to be joining Seventa Events as Events Producer and look forward to bringing my confidence in pitching, planning and executing multiple complex projects at once to the team. I plan to focus on imaginative design and content delivery, plus enhanced on-site management and event logistics."

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