Bright Vision Events hires new event manager

Warwickshire-based event management agency appoints David Frost to focus on team-building and evening entertainment.

David (right) with Technical Director Ben Hull (left) and MD Robin Winter
David (right) with Technical Director Ben Hull (left) and MD Robin Winter

Bright Vision Events' new event manager David Frost will focus on the team building and evening entertainment side of the business. 

Frost has extensive corporate event management experience from various industry sectors including venues and hotels. He also has significant operational experience of delivering live events.

His appointment comes on the back of continued growth of Bright Vision Events over the past few years.

Technical director Ben Hull said: "Recruiting someone who has event operational experience and has also seen the industry from the side of hotels and venues is incredibly rare and we are really pleased David has joined the team.

"We are looking forward to David contributing to the continued success of Bright Vision Events as we produce high-end live events for our clients over the years to come."

He has previously spent two years working as an events coordinator at Chesford Grange Hotel, working with corporate clients to book, plan and deliver a wide range of events and activities.

In his last role before joining  Bright Vision Events, Frost worked as the events and marketing manager for The Inn-Credible Pub Company.

Frost said: "I knew about Bright Vision Events and was aware of their reputation for being at the forefront of the corporate events business.

"I had also seen them organising quality events and large scale conferences, so to be offered the opportunity to join the company as their new event manager is exciting and I now look forward to being part of the team and contributing to the fantastic events the company produce." 

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