MCI Group Canada appoints vice president of strategy and client relationships

Events industry veteran Cynthia Richards takes on the new role in MCI's corporate division in the Toronto office.

Cynthia Richards
Cynthia Richards

MCI Group Canada has appointed Cynthia Richards to the new role of vice president, strategy and client relationships, in its corporate division in the Toronto office.

Richards joined MCI Group in 2015 with the acquisition of her business, Event Spectrum Inc (ESI). She supported the team in the role of director, meetings & events and then as director of sales, M&E.

MCI Group Canada's managing director, Juliano Lissoni, said: "We recognise that Cynthia’s strong leadership skills and business-building acumen, combined with her abilities in client management are a significant opportunity for us to help achieve our objectives."

In her new role, Richards will help to expand MCI’s sales strategy for Canada and provide support with client management.

Richards said: "I look forward to providing added value and engagement in my new role, for MCI’s unparalleled team of experts as well as our respected clients as leaders in their industry.

"My goal is to boost our complete solutions approach, ultimately offering a full-service range of expertise in Canada."

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