Banks Sadler has two new producers

Events agency Banks Sadler has appointed two new members to its production team as part of its continued expansion.

Banks Sadler has two new producers
Banks Sadler has two new producers

Banks Sadler has hired two new producers to help strengthen the company’s event production services.

Samantha Penman joins from Coalition Talent where she worked as a senior events manager, producing high-end events including store launches, B2B press days, international media trips and London Fashion Week events.

Penman has seven years’ PR and events experience and recently worked on a series of live brand activations for The Official Charts, as well as working with a leading virtual reality music platform in the US.

Elaine Byrne also joins from Pavegen, the smart flooring technology company. Byrne has been in the industry for 10 years. With a background in interior architecture and furniture design, she has experience in a variety of events from brand activations and car launches to music awards and fashion shows. She has worked across a variety of clients including Microsoft, Audi, Adidas and Google.

"We are delighted to be continually expanding the event production department," said Jon Coventry, director, production department. "We have had a significant increase in demand for our services and it’s fantastic to have Samantha and Elaine join our team."

 

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