Yellow Fish welcomes four new hires

Brighton-based event agency strengthens team following client wins and expansion of services.

(L-R) Mia Webb, Ally Goldberg, Florence Bryce, Clementine Laforest-Turner
(L-R) Mia Webb, Ally Goldberg, Florence Bryce, Clementine Laforest-Turner

Yellow Fish has appointed four new team members, following new business wins and expansion of the Yellow Fish group & portfolio of services.

Florence Bryce, with a background in travel design and venue sourcing,  joins the business development team as social marketeer and venue-finding specialist.

Clementine Laforest-Turner is joining the events/logistics team as junior event manager, having previously worked at Pepler Lee Events. 

Ally Goldberg has been hired as an event executive, supporting the logistics team with upcoming global events.   

Mia Webb is joining as admin and accounts executive to support the financial and office management team.

"Having secured new business wins and with the launch of our two new arms to the Yellow Fish group – YBrighton and YCreative – it’s great to welcome more amazing talent to the team," said Rebecca Shore, head of business development.  

"As well as our new permanent team members we also have four experienced contract staff, who specialise in live production, conference delivery and delegate management joining the existing skilled team on long term contracts."

 

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