Duke Energy Convention Center, offering 200,000 square feet of exhibit space in Cincinnati, Ohio, and its Global Spectrum management promoted an employee to a newly created role.
Assisting in the development of future targets to further diversify the event mix and continue to grow the convention center is Andi Sempier, the new assistant director of sales.
“Andi exemplifies the Global Spectrum ‘How Ya Growin’ principal and what we strive to accomplish here for all of our employees at the Duke Energy Convention Center,” said Ric Booth, general manager, Duke Energy Convention Center. “I have had the pleasure of working with Andi since she joined the Center in 2007, where she immediately had a positive impact on our team and on the revenues of this Center. She will bring all her skills in this new role and will continue to raise the bar for herself and the rest of our staff. Both the DECC and our downtown stakeholders are fortunate to have Andi helping to sell our destination.”
Sempier worked her way up from sales manager to assistant director of sales. Prior to joining the Global Spectrum team, she gained hospitality experience with major hotel brands in New Orleans and Cincinnati. With over five years at the Center, Sempier has achieved success working in most of the major market segments, including Associations/Business Trade, Religious/Fraternal, Consumer Shows and, most notably, developing Corporate bookings.