L+R Hotels has announced the appointment of Grant Campbell as Nobu Hotel London Portman Square’s general manager.
Campbell joins the team at Nobu Hotel London Portman Square from Sanderson London where he led the strategic development of the hotel and the growth of the business, as well as overseeing his team to deliver excellent customer service for over six years.
Matthew Beard has been promoted to managing director of L+T Hotels’ Strand Palace property.
Beard succeeds current managing director, David MacRae, who has been with Strand Palace for 21 years and is heading into early retirement.
“I am delighted to be joining Strand Palace, an iconic London hotel rich in history. The completion of the refurbishment marks the beginning of a new era for the hotel; one of which I am very excited to be at the helm of,” said Beard.
Eventist Group has announced Glen Sutton as its new managing director while founder Tim Stevens has become group CEO. Previously Sutton was a director at Rhubarb.
The new structure recognises Eventist Group’s acquisition strategy and an ensuing increase in demand through its greater diversity of products and services.
CWT has announced the appointment of Erica Antony as chief product officer. In this newly created role, Antony will provide dedicated leadership and focus to drive CWT’s product strategy and offerings in the market.
Antony’s primary focus will be to evolve CWT’s customer-centric product approach, optimizing organisational design and spearheading the company’s go-to-market strategy.
CWT, has appointed Laura Watterson as senior vice president, global talent & rewards.
In this newly created role, Watterson and her team will provide enterprise-wide thought leadership and counsel to senior executives on talent acquisition, talent management, learning and development, as well as compensation and benefits.
Make Venues has promoted Simon Widgery to the role of venue manager for Broadway House in Westminster, London.
Widgery is a long-standing member of the venue team, having worked at Broadway House for the past 20 years.
“I’m very excited about the future and it’s great to be taking over a venue business in such excellent shape. We’ve a fantastic team and product so there’s a lot to be excited about,” said Widgery.
Paul Millward has joined the North East-based IG Group, bringing with him 18 years of experience having previously worked for ER Clifford and for the last two years for commercial catering supplier, Zodiac.
“I absolutely love the great aims and ambitions of the company and I know that I am joining a really dynamic team,” said Millward.
TAG has announced the appointment of Sanjoy Dasgupta as its new head of corporate sales.
He will be responsible for leading the growth of TAG’s corporate division in the UK. Having previously worked at Corporate Traveller and most recently at Fello Travel he brings with him more than a decade of business travel experience.
TEN6 Creative has appointed Amanda Groth as marketing and communications manager. Groth joins the team from payment technology provider Tappit with more than seven years of event and marketing experience.
“TEN6 Creative have proven themselves as an agency to watch for 2020, and I'm honoured to be joining them,” said Groth. “Having only known the team for a short period, it's already clear that they are energetic, talented and driven individuals. The agency is on the cusp of some incredible developments and I'm looking forward to contributing to many of the game-changing projects in the pipeline.”
Warwick Conferences has strengthened its team through the appointment of Paul Bartlett as director of conferences.
Bartlett joined Warwick Conferences as sales director two years ago and has been instrumental in bringing a number of new initiatives to the company.
“This is an exciting time to be at Warwick Conferences, where we are always looking for new ways to bring clients and delegates the best meeting experiences,” said Bartlett.