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Chloe D’Arcy promoted to production manager

07 January 2016

Forum Events announces Chloe D’Arcy is promoted to Production Manager from Production Executive as Forum expands to cope with growth demands of the business

Forum is delighted to announce the preferment of Chloe D’Arcy, who will be taking on the role as Production Manager, reporting directly to Head of Sales, Carly Bailey.

Chloe has worked within the production department since January, where she has been responsible for the production of online and print advertisements between Forum and industry specific partners.

With Forum expanding and with the acquisition of Hotel Designs, there has been a visible demand for a larger department to manage the increase of advertisements received from suppliers supporting our Forums, Summits and publications.

Carly Bailey, Head of Sales comments: ‘Chloe’s role will now be incorporated into marketing plans moving forwards, as the wider marketing strategy is created and managed. We have received tremendous support in 2015, which is noticeable from our rebrand and developed microsites. 2016 is set to increase Forums awareness and recognition within the events industry, by introducing new brands, events and advertising opportunities.’



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