2009 review As the vibrant figurehead of Zibrant, Fay Sharpe's standing in the industry was rightly recognised by the Institute of Travel & Meetings when it appointed her as head of a newly created meetings and events working party. But her talent doesn't end there. In February, she demonstrated some fancy footwork of her own when ITM's annual conference opened with a Strictly Come Dancing-style contest.
2010 focus With parent company Motivcom predicting 20% growth in its events division across 2010, Sharpe will be driving Zibrant's contribution, starting with a period of recruitment following client wins.
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