Worldspan makes two senior hires

Ian Rubert has a wealth of technical and production experience while Mel Underwood brings event management expertise.

Ian Rubert and Mel Underwood
Ian Rubert and Mel Underwood

Worldspan has strengthened its live events team with the appointment of Ian Rubert as head of production and technical services and Mel Underwood as project manager.

Rubert brings a wealth of technical and production expertise, with over 15 years’ experience of producing events around the world for a wide range of clients and industry sectors.

Underwood’s professional background is in arts and event management, specialising in AV and production for the last five years.

Sophie Morris, managing director of Worldspan, said: "We are delighted to welcome Ian and Mel to the team. They join at an exciting time, as we continue to make investments in our core event, creative & digital services."

"We are committed to growing the agency further, and this expansion in our production capabilities is very much in line with our growth plans. I am excited to work closely with Ian and Mel to substantially grow this area of the business," she added.

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