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New faces at Corporate Events as The Growing Event Management Company Expands
Corporate Events the Wiltshire based event management company are expanding quickly following their successful start to 2012 and they welcome new members to the team.
Operations Manager Adam Harris comments: “Since we moved to the new facilities in March this year. We have seen an increase in the volume and frequency of events we are producing and have chosen to re-invest in staff to make sure the quality of work we produce meets the exacting standards that we have become famous for within the industry.”
He continues “We feel that only by investing in good quality staff can we achieve excellence and - with the end of we have planned - it’s vital that those people understand how to put together a conference production or a Park Lane Award event.”
Corporate Events HR Manager Jed Bowers ads: “As a business, Corporate Events preach about the importance of planning for success, and that’s what we are implementing on the recruitment side. By getting the right staff in at the right time, our business model stays focused and efficient, allowing us to maintain our competitive price strategy while not making any compromises on the integrity of our overall service proposition.”
He continues “One of the key challenges that face any growing business is how and when to expand a workforce, and that is then compounded with the additional challenge of how we keep our staff trained and motivated. In this respect, we have just introduced a series of training and development plans for each member of staff, to ensure that they see working for Corporate Events as more than just a monthly pay cheque - it’s a real career step.”
Managing Director Andy Ashley concludes: “The business gives us tremendous access to some fantastic places around the world, so it is important that we have the best people on site to represent our brand and those that we work with. That’s why we employ so many people on PAYE instead of simply freelancing projects as they come in.”