SevenEvents welcomes two hires

New director of events joins to launch Birmingham office and an account executive joins the London team.

Vicray on far left
Vicray on far left

SevenEvents has hired two new team members, one in Birmingham and one in London.

Louiza Vicary has joined SevenEvents as director of events to launch the Birmingham office and build a team in the Midlands.

Vicary says: "The most important thing is to maintain the fantastic, people-focused culture of the business and continue to recruit only the best people in the industry – the search is on for the perfect team and I'm thrilled to be exploring what Birmingham has to offer the team and our clients as we grow."

Jennifer Guy also joins from Banks Sadler as an account executive and brings with her a wealth of venue knowledge to add further experience to the team in London.

Angelee Rathor, managing director, commented: "It's such exciting times for us as a business - we have used the past few years to shape what is important to us and to ensure that we have a great team who can deliver professionally and consistently for all of our clients.

"As we enter our tenth year as an agency in 2019, the time is really right for us to fulfil our ambition. It's great to see how excited the team are about the business we have become."

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