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Ashfield Meetings & Events promotes Liz Harvey

She becomes head of exhibits

Ashfield Liz HarveyHealthcare event management company Ashfield Meetings & Events has promoted Liz Harvey to head of exhibits.

In her new role, Harvey will lead the global exhibit team and provide clients across Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific with its logistics and engagement strategy service.

She first joined Ashfield Meetings & Events in 2006 as a project executive, and held a number of increasingly senior account roles before taking on her most recent position as an account director.

Nicola Burns, global managing director at Ashfield Meetings & Events, said: “The exhibit arm of our business has a growing client base and is an integral part of our full service offering.

“An increasing number of our clients are looking to rationalize their supply chain across both exhibitions and events and we are uniquely placed to deliver a consolidated approach to healthcare congresses and conventions.

“We are very excited to have Liz heading up the exhibit team to help expand the global reach of the department, develop our staff and deliver against our clients' objectives.”

28th October 2016

From: Marketing

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