WRG expands teams in London and Manchester

Five new hires across two offices, following increased demand for logistics services from clients.

L-R: Laura Smith, Lucy Church and Paisley Williams
L-R: Laura Smith, Lucy Church and Paisley Williams

WRG (a division of The Creative Engagement Group) has hired Lucy Church as senior logistics project manager, one of five new appointments to its logistics team. 

Church was previously a team account manager at Cormis Partnership and had also held roles at MCI and the Royal Society of Medicine.

At WRG she is part of the congress team in London, reporting to congress project director Mel Ingram. 

Also joining the London office of WRG are Lyndsey Tweed as logistics project manager and Laura Smith as a project manager. Tweed joins the company from Carlson Wagonlit Travel where she had the role of meeting planner, while Smith was previously senior conference and exhibition coordinator at Profile Productions Ltd.

The Manchester team is also expanding with the appointment of two new delegate managers: recent graduates Ellie Brown and Paisley Williams. 

Anna Thomson, logistics director at WRG, said: "We’re investing in our teams across logistics to reflect the increased demand from our clients for these services and to continue to build on our experience, knowledge and logistics and delegate management capabilities.

"We’re delighted to welcome Lyndsey, Ellie, Lucy, Laura and Paisley to WRG and the wider team at The Creative Engagement Group." 

 

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