Brands at Work appoints producer

Lisa McNab will work on events for high end clients including Prudential, Deloitte and Biogen.

Lisa McNab has been appointed as a producer at Brands at Work. She brings with her a wealth of experience gained from a background in PR and marketing, working on mixed media campaigns for music festivals, bands and record labels across Europe.

Since joining the events industry five years ago, first working for Innovision then moving on to freelance for various agencies, she has delivered events for global brands, corporations and government agencies including Google, Facebook, PUMA, the Department for International Trade and Unilever.

Karen Kadin, managing partner, Brands at Work said: "Lisa has a passion for events and believes strongly in the positive impact of teamwork to make incredible things happen.

"In addition to strong project management skills, she has the ability to take complex messages and translate them into a narrative to build engaging and effective event content. Her background also gives her a strong focus on brand presentation and messaging so she is the perfect fit with the content led, audience engagement focused approach we take at Brands at Work."

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