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Event manager joins forum events

03 December 2015

Forum welcomes the arrival of Amy Ktori as it aims to boost current strategies and further develop the recently rebranded Hotel Designs Summit

Forum is delighted to announce the appointment of Amy Ktori who will be taking on the role of Event Manager – reporting directly to Carly Bailey, Head of Sales.

Joining Forum, Amy will play a key part in what will be an exciting year for the Hotel Designs Summit. As the brand diversifies, incorporating a media website, Hotel Designs, the Summit’s full offering will become more apparent as Amy progresses in her role.

The Hotel Designs Summit is two days dedicated to hotel design, facilities and development and will increase knowledge, as well as provide inspirational ideas and design trends to expand, refurbish and grow businesses.

The Summit can help you find the perfect match and can save time sourcing suppliers through our proven concept of face to face meetings and negotiating supplier contracts.

Carly Bailey, Head of Sales comments: "With Amy joining Forum Events, she will bring a lot of enthusiasm, sales knowledge and the drive to exceed. As an Event Manager, Amy will be responsible for introducing our concept and events to potential suppliers within the Hotel and Interiors industry - to provide them with the platform to showcase their products and services and meet qualified corporate buyers; assisting their growth, marketing and sales plans."

2015 has seen positive changes for Forum Events within the hotel sector and they are only set to grow and exhilarate further into 2016.

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