Chew Events hires head of operations and business development

Debbie Babbage takes up the new role and Phoebe Elvin also joins the agency as an events assistant.

Debbie Babbage
Debbie Babbage

Following a string of client wins Corporate Hospitality & Events Worldwide (Chew) Events has taken on Debbie Babbage as head of operations and business development.

Babbage joins following seven years as head of events at Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA), the global representative of the alternative investment industry. She comes with more than 15 years of events experience.

"I am delighted to join Chew during a period of vast growth and bring with me great experience in large-scale international events, associations and the financial services sector," Babbage said.

"I have moved to join Chew Events in a newly created head of operations & business development role. Having used Chew events for the last three years as AIMA’s preferred events agency I am very excited to be part of this dedicated and highly motivated team.

Director Rich Brown said: "Debbie brings a huge wealth of experience in the industry and will be a huge asset growing Chew.

"Due to a number of recent client wins, Chew have expanded the team with Debbie and Phoebe Elvin who joins as an events assistant. Chew will be further expanding the team in the near future."

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