Six new recruits for Venues and Events International

Swindon-based event agency expands its team, including return of two former employees, after new client wins.

(L-R) Dancer, Tang, Williams, Hegg, Gales and Smith
(L-R) Dancer, Tang, Williams, Hegg, Gales and Smith

Venues and Events International has recruited six new team members.

The Swindon-based agency has made the new hires as a result of new client wins including recently announced Engie.

The new additions to the team include Rachel Dancer as financial assistant, Hay Tang as event executive and Rachel Williams and Abby Hegg as conference planning executives. 

Denise Smith is the new event support administrator while new conference team supervisor, Emma Gales, joins from the in-house events team of a financial services client. 

Both Smith and Gales re-join the company having both previously worked with CEO Anita Lowe at Venues Event Management.

Lowe said “I’m delighted to have welcomed our six new recruits to the business. We have grown rapidly over the last five years and it’s vital that we keep our resourcing up to date with our client wins.

"It’s lovely to have some new blood in the business as well as welcoming Emma and Denise back into the family.”

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