HGA hires new senior events producer

Manchester-based agency brings in two new faces after a record-breaking year of growth.

Manchester-based events agency HGA has hired two new starters in new roles after a "record-breaking" year of growth.

Alex Millage joins the live events team as senior events producer, reporting to HGA’s head of live events, Helen Ellis.

Millage has more than ten years of experience in the events industry working for Lemon Zest Events, The Fresh Group and WRG.

At HGA she will be leading on events for some of HGA’s biggest clients in the UK and internationally.

Millage said: “I’m already getting hands-on with some fantastic clients and brilliant projects that I can’t wait to deliver throughout 2020.”

Keiron Dunn also joins the video department as a motion graphics designer, reporting to creative director Steven Hartley.

He will be creating bespoke animation and motion graphics content to meet growing demand from clients.

Managing director Dan Laurence said: “As our business continues to grow, we have been investing heavily not only in our team but in our infrastructure and technical capabilities.

"I am so excited to see how their skills, enthusiasm and creativity will continue to help drive our services forward for our clients.”

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