TAG expands and appoints new event director

Bethany Chamberlain will move to new LA office in January 2019 to launch west coast operation.

Bethany Chamberlain
Bethany Chamberlain

Event management company TAG has expanded its events division with a new office in Los Angeles and the promotion of Bethany Chamberlain to event director.

TAG’s new event director Bethany Chamberlain (a C&IT A-Lister in 2017) will move to LA in January 2019 to launch of the company’s new division in Los Angeles.

Group events director of TAG (formerly known as The Appointment Group), Sam Robson, said: "Over the last three years, TAG’s events division has strengthened its UK operation and grown in the APAC region.

"We have big plans for continued development in 2019 and the US team is going to play a key role in our expansion."

Chamberlain will work closely with an established team in New York and will be responsible for the development, operation and management of the events portfolio in the US.

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