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|NTP and CSG create three new vice president positions|
|Tuesday, July 24 2012 10:05|
National Trade Productions Inc. (NTP) and CSG Creative (CSG), NTP’s marketing and creative agency, have announced the promotion of three key staff members.
Stacey Price is promoted to NTP’s vice president of sales and event services from her role as senior director of sales and event services. As vice president, Price will oversee all sales operations for client and proprietary shows.
Price has been with NTP for over two years directing booth, sponsorship and advertising sales on Coverings, EVS26, American Public Works Association’s International Congress and Exposition and GOVgreen. On each, she achieved significant year-over-year growth.
Price also serves as an NTP show director and is an integral part of the task force that developed NTP’s new Client Care Program.
“Stacey has been a key player in helping to enhance our growth as a sales-focused organization,” said Karin Fendrich, COO. “This promotion not only recognizes the sales accomplishments she has made on behalf of NTP’s clients, but also her leading role in streamlining the sales process, her contributions to the NTP’s Client Care Program, and development of sales training and motivational programs for the sales department. Simply put, she makes NTP better every day.”
Carrie Jolly is promoted to vice president of strategy and client services from her role as account director at CSG. As vice president, Jolly will focus on client service and account strategy while continuing to support new business efforts in the association marketplace.
Jolly joined NTP in 1999 as a marketing manager and was instrumental in building the CSG brand. Her strategic insights and innovative marketing programs have achieved record-setting attendance and revenue growth for her clients.
Megan Hall is promoted to CSG’s vice president of creative, from her role as creative director. As vice president, Hall will continue to direct the creative team, providing strategic and creative guidance to her designers and CSG clients.
Hall joined CSG in 2002 as a graphic designer. As creative director, Hall oversees creative development and project execution, ensuring that all projects meet the highest standards of quality.
“Carrie and Megan have been instrumental to the success and growth of CSG,” said Paige Cardwell, president. “Their commitment, dedication and stellar performance have set an extraordinary example for their teams. Their tireless efforts on behalf of our clients have led us to exciting new business opportunities and expanded scopes with many of our client partners. I couldn’t be more proud of their accomplishments.”