New board for EVCOM

The Event and Visual Communication Association announces the latest additions to its board and introduces a new CEO.

The EVCOM board with new CEO Leigh Jagger

At the Event and Visual Communication Association’s (EVCOM) annual general meeting, Jennifer Jenkins gave her final report as EVCOM CEO and handed over to new CEO Leigh Jagger.

The meeting also announced new additions to the EVCOM board, including Hayley Greaves of Ashfield Meetings & Events and SPARK Thinking, Alex James of BCD Meetings & Events, Mike Phillipson of BLITZ GES, Jon Gout of Karma, Tim Langford of Tim Langford Film, Toby Low of Merchant Cantos, Dean Beswick of Gorilla Gorilla, Angelee Rathor of Seven Events, Charlotte Gentry of Pure Events and Gaye Bennett of Radley Yeldar. 

With representation from across the live event and corporate film sectors, the new members expressed their excitement at moving EVCOM and the communications industries forwards. 

Jagger said: "I am really excited to begin this new chapter of EVCOM history with such a qualified and driven group of people. I look forward to seeing where we are able to take EVCOM together." 

EVCOM is the official voice of the live event and visual communication industry, aiming to celebrate and accelerate the success of Britain’s creative industries.

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