TCEG hires exhibitions team lead

The Creative Engagement Group hires Helen Davis to head up its US environments team in Philadelphia.

Helen Davis
Helen Davis

The Creative Engagement Group (TCEG) has hired Helen Davis to lead its environments team in the US, creating exhibition experiences and bespoke installations for international clients.

Davis will work alongside Mark Jackson, head of environments in the UK, to lead the US team and support TCEG in growing its exhibitions offering to new and existing clients.

She brings a wealth of experience, such as managing a wide portfolio of brands including Merck, Novo Nordisk and Yahoo over the past 15 years.

Davis said: "We have an excellent team around the world who take our clients’ brands to the next level. The Creative Engagement Group has a great reputation and I look forward to being an integral part of the company."

At her previous company, Sparks, she led a team responsible for managing all aspects of business operations, client retention and growth as well as project management across their healthcare portfolio.

Jackson added: "The growth of our exhibitions business in the US has been extraordinary and I am delighted to bring Helen on board to lead it.

"Her skills and experience will be a great asset to the team and I’m looking forward to working with her to further enhance our offering".

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