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Ashfield Meetings & Events expand its management with Hayley Greaves as Operations Director

Ashfield Meetings & Events, a global full service healthcare event management agency, is pleased to announce the key appointment of Hayley Greaves as Operations Director.

Hayley (pictured below right) has over 17 years’ event experience, including five years working within healthcare companies. She joins from Smith & Nephew, a leading international wound care and surgical devices business, where she led the marketing communications and event activity across Europe and Canada. Hayley also has experience in operational development.

Hayley will report into Penny Callaghan (Director, Operations & Business Services, pictured below left), providing the operational and venue sourcing teams with guidance and ensuring efficient working practices across the business.

Read the full article on Ashfield Meetings & Events here.

16th November 2017


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