Stagestruck adds event producer to team

Sarah Saward is joining the business as a group account director, with responsibility for a portfolio of blue-chip clients.

Sarah Saward will join Stagestruck as group account director in March. She has been a freelance producer for over 11 years, with expertise in the leadership of, design and production of large conferences and events around the world.

Saward said: "As a freelancer, I have worked with many companies over the years, and it’s wonderful to join Stagestruck. Not only are they brilliant to work with, but their focus on producing impactful work for their clients is hugely attractive to me. I’m looking forward to building long term relationships with my clients and becoming part of the Stagestruck team."

James Graham, Stagestruck CEO, added: "Our clients deserve brilliance, from ideas to execution. This means we are constantly pushing ourselves to think, design and deliver ever more impactful and effective work.

"So we invest in talented people, like Sarah, who bring a strong strategic capability as well as adding to our world-class delivery. We love working with her as a freelancer, and wanted more, so we’re delighted she chose to join us."

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