Trinity Event Solutions appoints managing director

Jenny Harding steps into a new role after ten years at the agency, where she has also been recognised for charitable work.

Stamford-based venue find and event management agency, Trinity Event Solutions, has appointed Jenny Harding as managing director.

Harding replaces former managing director, now CEO, Jacqui Kavanagh, as the agency continues to focus on the strategic growth.

Harding has been with Trinity Event Solutions for ten years, and plays an integral role in company CSR, leading many community and charitable initiatives. 

Last month, she was recognised for "best in class management standards" when she secured a place on the miaList 2019 (Meetings Industry Association). 

Jacqui Kavanagh, CEO of Trinity Event Solutions said: "With the launch of EDGE Venues last year, I needed a strong management team to help me continue delivering excellence in customer service to our Trinity clients. Jenny is a natural fit and I will continue to mentor and support her as the company continues to thrive." 

Jenny Harding added: "My team have a fantastic work ethic and I look forward to leading them to strive for success and achieve great things. I truly believe in what we do and I’m excited for our future."   

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