Go big or go home! MC2 chose the former by hiring seven employees across its Northeast division. They will support MC2’s client base as well as its administrative functions. Congrats new employees!
All eyes focused on Sally Shankland after she announced leaving UBM Americas for McGraw-Hill Education. On June 29, Simon Foster took over Shankland’s former role as CEO.
GES expanded its line-up by one and promoted three employees. Dan Hilbert joined the company as senior vice president for the U.S. Events team while Doug Shockley, Vin Saia and Terry Campanaro all received promotions.
Many know Matt Fortney as the EDPA Midwest president. At his day job, they now know him by a new title. Group Delphi promoted Fortney from vice president & general manager to chief financial officer.
Tradition continues at EXHIBITTRADER.COM. The company brought in a fourth-generation family member, Lindsey Raye Rogowicz, to be vice president of marketing. She joins relatives Ray, Gene and Chad in growing this family business.
Not only did Employco upgrade Jason Eisenhut to vice president of Human Resources, but it also hired Elizabeth Rogowski as a recruiter who will lead the company’s new division.
Pat Friedlander gave ECN readers a glimpse into “Life after LIVE” for Elaine Cohen. After selling Live Marketing to Anne Trompeter in 2014, Cohen had a Chicago tap studio named in her honor on May 13, 2015.
Lloyd van Meter has brought significant freight experience to The Expo Group’s Las Vegas Distribution Center. He will run the facility as Las Vegas general manager.
IAEE celebrated another one of the industry’s great contributors at IMEX in Frankfurt. Edward Liu, managing director of Conference & Exhibition Management Services in Singapore, received this year’s IAEE International Excellence Award.
Debbie Parrott, the president of Highmark TechSystems, gave a warm welcome to the company’s new sales and marketing coordinator. Jennifer French said she is a huge supporter of face-to-face marketing and has developed an appreciation for exhibitions.
Continually adding to its busy roster, MG Design announced it selected Lee Jacobia for its new business development team. Jacobia has more than 20 years of experience in the exhibit industry.
All is well at SPARGO. The company appointed Camille Stern as senior vice president of strategic account management on June 30.
Steelhead Productions brought on Jimmy Bastille as account director and Mike Hesse as graphic designer. Congrats to the new “Steelheaders!”