New recruit for Rendezvous Events

Ellen Oza hired as event manager by the Camden Town-based agency, bringing venue and charity experience to the role.

Ellen Oza
Ellen Oza

Agency Rendezvous Events has hired Ellen Oza as event manager, joining the five-strong events team based in Camden Town, London.

Ellen brings with her a wealth of venue experience from her time at D&D London, working as part of the events team at the rooftop venue, Madison. She also has experience working with London charities, producing an impressive portfolio of events.

The new addition to the team comes at a time of growth for Rendezvous Events as they have recently taken on larger offices, a new warehouse and are looking to recruit a business development & sales manager in the coming months.

"We're at an exciting time of growth for the company," said Rendezvous Events director Alex Ingram. "We managed to more than double our event revenue last year and the aim is to do the same in 2018.

"Our biggest achievement though has been the sheer diversity of work we're pulling off, from National Student Pride through to destination weddings and international conferences."

 

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