ExCeL London has announced the appointment of Caroline Grange in the new role of general counsel.
Grange trained with Osborne Clarke, before joining DLA Piper, a top 10 Global firm, where she worked as a senior associate in the corporate team. In 2015, she moved in house as general counsel with LabTech, where she had responsibility for legal matters across the group, including delivering on key funding and development projects.
Jeremy Rees, CEO, ExCeL London, says, “I am delighted that Caroline has joined the team at ExCeL. Her breadth of experience will support our plans for growth; both in terms of our core business, as well as our ambition to bring world class entertainment and attractions, to the Royal Docks, in the future. I wish Caroline every success in her new role and look forward to working with her.”
Grange adds, “With ExCeL’s track record for delivering successful events, it’s a very exciting time to be joining the team. The business is extremely varied and has a real enthusiasm for innovation and development. I look forward to working with the team and being involved in ExCeL’s future plans.”
ExCeL London opened in November 2000, in an area of huge regeneration in London’s historic Royal Docks. Today, the venue hosts 300 events per year, welcoming 4 million visitors from every corner of the globe. Events hosted at ExCeL London generate £4.5bn in economic impact for London and support 37,600 jobs. Under the ownership of ADNEC, ExCeL London has seen significant investment in new facilities, including the opening of London’s International Convention Centre (ICC) and onsite hotel developments. For more info, visit https://www.excel.london/