Alice Zalwango joins innovision as Project Manager
Live event and experience agency innovision has expanded and further strengthened its Project Delivery team with six new hires this year, in line with continued growth and development.
The new appointments include Alice Zalwango, Gordon Reid and Niamh Gallagher as Project Managers, responsible for a wide range of projects for clients across the UK and beyond, including Wings for Life, Parallel London and UK Trade & Investment (UKTI).
Zalwango joins the agency from the Financial Times where she worked as Global Project and Events Manager looking after clients such as Barclays and Deloitte.
Joining alongside her is newest recruit Reid. He has over 10 years’ experience in the events industry, project managing some of Scotland’s biggest mass participation events, as well as being part of the teams that helped deliver nationally and internationally acclaimed sporting and cultural events, such as London 2012 and the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Gallagher also comes on board as a Project Manager later this month, having previously managed a range of launch and large-scale events across the telecoms, process excellence, finance and shared services sectors.
Other new hires include Hollie Clarke as a Producer, as well as Tessa Harris and Conor Keable who each take the position of Project Coordinator to support across the agency’s Project Management and Account teams.
Mona Mohtadi, Operations Director at innovision, said: “The new hires are indicative of a strong start to 2016 and we look forward to the year ahead with confidence and excitement. We are always on the look-out for individuals who want to work with the best, and to be the best and we’re delighted to have found a new wave of talent who I have every confidence will help us in delivering a world-class service for our clients”.
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