NexxtShow has announced that a new operations manager and a new national account executive will be joining the company.
Scott Dobbins, the new operations manager, will act as general foreman for all Boston shows and will also maintain and enforce a standard set of protocols in regards to customer service, show-site execution and delivery, as well as the quality of appearance of the show floor.
“As the operations manager and general foreman for Boston shows, it has been such a breath of fresh air working with the greatest people, seeing the business the way it should seen and approached the way business should be approached,” said Dobbins. “I am very excited and feel really proud about my career here and that I am part of this family at NexxtShow. I look forward to a long and successful career here with each and every one of my colleagues and will work my hardest to make sure that I can be a big part of the successful company that I have no doubt we will become.”
Dobbins started out his career in the tradeshow industry in Anaheim, Calif., in 1995. He joins NexxtShow with over 17 years experience in the tradeshow industry, including 15 years of experience as a Foreman.
“We are very pleased to have Scott join us as operations manager,” said Scott Ceurvels, general manager, NexxtShow. “He brings with him the same drive and desire of perfection and customer service that NexxtShow is founded on.”
NexxtShow has also hired industry veteran Susan Moser as a national account executive.
Based in Las Vegas, Moser will be a client liaison on specific account projects to coordinate work with all internal departments; facilitating information between design, detailing, estimating, production, logistics and operations to track schedules and deadlines to ensure continued client standards and service.
“Susan is a consummate professional,” said Matt Epstein, president, NexxtShow. “It’s exciting to have someone with Susan’s rich and deep experiences join the NexxtShow team.”
Moser comes to NexxtShow with more than 22 years of experience in the tradeshow industry. For the past 16 years, she worked as a senior account manager at GES where she was responsible for the design and production of hundreds of tradeshows ranging in revenue from $10K to $3Million.
“I am excited to be part of the NexxtShow Team,” said Moser. “I appreciate Mark and Matt Epstein giving me this opportunity. With their leadership, I look forward to contributing to the continued growth of the company and producing many successful shows.”