Four new hires at SevenEvents

Agency's London and Midlands offices continue to expand with the addition of four new team members.

L-R: Kimberley Penrose, Helen Wheatley, Nicola Stevenson and Vicki Bahra
L-R: Kimberley Penrose, Helen Wheatley, Nicola Stevenson and Vicki Bahra

SevenEvents has made four new additions to its London and Midlands offices.

Helen Wheatley has joined the Birmingham office as business development manager, bringing over 16 years’ experience in the incentive and events arena.

Vicki Bahra has joined the London team as an event executive. Vicki has worked in events and sales across different sectors. Vicki will help with creating tailored proposals for the clients and help manage bespoke events. 

Kimberley Penrose joins the team as office manager and PA to the managing director, with a background in the hospitality and performance industries.  

Nicola Stevenson joins London team as project manager. With her agency background Nicola will manage a range of meetings in the UK and overseas. 

Angelee Rathor, managing director of SevenEvents, said: "SevenEvents is excited to welcome these new hires to the ever-expanding team, we have some real varied experience here and this can only add to our winning formula."

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