SevenEvents makes two new hires

An event executive and new business lead join the Birmingham and London offices respectively.

SevenEvents has made two hires to join the growing teams in both London and their new Birmingham office.

Cheyenne Spears has joined the expanding team in SevenEvents’ Birmingham office as an event executive. Spears is an events management graduate from Leeds Metropolitan University with six years' experience both agency and in-house.

She will assist the logistics team for the Midlands base and look after some of the new clients that will be served from there.

James Brine also joins the London team as new business lead and bring with him nearly 20 years' experience working in events and new business.

Angelee Rathor, MD of SevenEvents said: "We’re delighted that Cheyenne will be adding to the skills and talents available to our clients from our Midlands hub.

She continued: "James will be a great asset to the growing SevenEvents business, looking at opportunities covering all of the UK."

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