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Exhibition World Issue 77
Issue 77
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WORLDEVENTS OPENS FRENCH BASE IN LYON
posted on: 30/11/2010 12:08:44
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FRANCE - Event management agency and professional conference organiser WorldEvents Group has established an office in Lyon.

Key Account Manager Zoë Adam (pictured), from the company’s European office in Amsterdam, will take on the role of General Manager for France.

“France is an important market for us and one in which we already do a lot of business,” said Adam. “Having an office will help us to service and develop relationships with our existing clients as well as create new business opportunities.”

Group Sales and Marketing Director, Mark Saxby, said: “There have been a number of meetings with existing and new clients in the build up to this announcement and the response has been very positive with some live opportunities currently under discussion.”

WorldEvents, headquartered in West Yorkshire, has offices located in the
UK, USA, Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, Singapore and Hong Kong.

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