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ADI expand Rental Sales Team with Double Appointment
Award-winning mobile LED screen specialists, ADI.tv, have made two new appointments as the company enjoys continued growth in the event and experiential sectors. Thomas Taylor and Stuart Barnes have joined the brand’s rental sales team as business development managers, based out of ADI’s Preston Head Office.
Nick Robinson, head of screen rentals at ADI, commented on the new appointments: “We are extremely pleased to welcome Thomas and Stuart to our growing team, where they will help enhance our relationships with organisers and agencies across the UK and Ireland, while boosting our already established position in the events industry.”
Thomas Taylor - who will be responsible for the Midlands - previously worked as business development manager for Rough Hill, the premier student marketing and events company in the UK. During his four years with the company, Thomas ran campaigns for brands including Koppaberg and Wrigleys, in addition to 15 weekly events at major cities across the country featuring global artists like Tinie Tempah and LMFAO.
Stuart Barnes will cover Scotland, Ireland and the Isle of Man, bringing with him eight years of experience in project management and strategic sales from the interior design sector, most recently in the role of account manager for the UK’s leading bespoke window shutter brand, S Craft.
To meet growing demand, ADI also recently expanded European operations, with the opening of an office and operating base in Reims, France, and the recruitment of Pierre L’Hotellier as business development manager.
With the largest mobile LED screen fleet in Europe and a range of truly unique products, ADI work with well-known brands and supply high profile occasions around the world; in the coming weeks the ADI team will be working on events that include the Belgian Grand Prix, The Tour of Poland, Manchester Pride and The Investec Ashes 3rd Test.
In picture: Thomas Taylor and Stuart Barnes
25th July 2013
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