Freeman, the leading global provider of brand experiences has announced a number of new appointments within the EMEA region, as the local arm looks to drive growth and support its strategic business plan.
A number of internal promotions have also been made in the new year, across departments including operations, client solutions and HR, highlighting the company’s commitment to the development of its people and nurturing the industry’s best talent.
Within the Operations team, Chris Smith has joined as Custom Build Director, responsible for overseeing the project management team. Smith brings more than 15 years of specialist fabrication experience to the business.
The company has also expanded its Corporate Sales team, with Faye Goldstraw coming on board as Corporate Account Manager, and Manny Dhesi as Corporate Business Development Executive. Mark Haverly has been promoted to Business Development Manager, overseeing corporate and exhibitor sales.
Louise Goodwin, who was previously employed as Account Manager at renowned UK venue The NEC, has been appointed to the role of Business Development Manager, reporting into Greg Cherry. The position sees Goodwin play an integral role in building on Freeman’s portfolio of exhibition clients.
Hollie Lawrence, who has been promoted to the role of HR Director, said: “It’s an exciting start to the new year for Freeman in EMEA, as we strengthen our teams with some great new talent, and recognise many of our existing employees for their dedication to the business.
“Our people are key to the success of the Freeman business, and here in EMEA we’re committed to supporting Freeman’s goal of being the number one place in the brand experience industry for attracting and growing talent.”