Turner leads production at agency MJM

Marketing and communications agency MJM has appointed Catherine Turner as senior producer. The role will see her work on strategies and implementation programmes for national and international events. Turner, who has been in the industry since 1999, starts at MJM after a distinguished stint as a freelance producer with agencies including Maritz, Jack Morton and P&MM. She has produced events in the past for clients such as IBM and Land Rover. "I’m really looking forward to helping the business grow and seeing more clients come on board," she said. "MJM is a great company with huge global potential, and it’s an exciting move." Head of UK operations John Birger added: "Catherine is a real asset to our team due to her outstanding breadth of experience in all areas of production. She has a talent for co-ordinating complex and professional events with an easy flair." MJM established its UK office in London last year to support a growing base of European clients. It also has headquarters in New York.

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