OrangeDoor appoints new managing director

Event agency reinforces its senior leadership team to focus on ambitious global expansion plans.

(L-R) Elizabeth Heron and Dina Green
(L-R) Elizabeth Heron and Dina Green

Events agency OrangeDoor has appointed Dina Green as its new managing director.

Green has previously worked for some of the industry's biggest names, including INVNT, Jack Morton and most recently FreemanXP where she was also managing director.    

OrangeDoor's founder and current managing director Elizabeth Heron will take on the newly created CEO role where she will focus on raising the profile of the company across the global events industry and work closely with Green on the agency’s international expansion.

"As we move into our 20th year and with ambitious growth plans, the time feels right to appoint a new managing director who will focus on taking the agency forward in line with our five-year strategy for growth," said Heron. 

"Dina is respected across the events industry, having worked at some of the largest international events agencies, and has a clear vision of where the industry, and agencies, need to go to ensure we all remain a credible, creative and viable sales and marketing channel for brands."

New managing director, Green said: "For me, [OrangeDoor] is an agency that has delivered incredibly creative, dynamic work for clients, yet has until recently largely sailed under the radar in terms of industry awareness and recognition. This is going to change from today." 

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