New director and event coordinator for Pure

Agency promotes client services director and hires event coordinator to strengthen the team.

(L-R) Emma Reavley and Joanna Stachowic
(L-R) Emma Reavley and Joanna Stachowic

Pure Events has appointed Joanna Stachowicz as client services director.

She has worked an an events assistant, events manager and senior events manager for Pure and has now become one of the directors.

Stachowicz's new role will enable her to take a more strategic role in the growth of the accounts as well as continuing her relationships with existing clients. Her role will also involve helping to mentor the team to develop their own client strategies.

Emma Reavley also joins as event coordinator with a wealth of experience in the industry already having worked for Create Food & Party Design, Quintessentially and as a freelancer for a number of agencies and corporate clients.

Reavley will be working on a varied number of client accounts and will be mentored by Joanna Stachowicz and Milo Gabric, managing director.

"It took us quite a while to find the right person for this role," says Gabric. "Emma really fulfils everything we were looking for in terms of cultural synergy and diversity of events experience.

"I am certain that she will become an enormous asset to the team and I personally look forward to helping her carve out the next chapter in her journey."

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