EventShaper welcomes new head of operations

EventShaper Ltd is proud to announce and welcome Helen Ericson into the role of head of operations. Helen has joined EventShaper with more than 18 years’ professional experience in the events industry. 

As head of operations, Helen will be responsible for managing and developing the operations team. In her role, she will work closely with the team and clients to ensure that EventShaper provides the best operational solution. She will also be involved in developing and implementing business strategies to help drive the company forward.

 “I am so excited to join the award-winning EventShaper team,” Helen commented. “The opportunity to work across such a broad spectrum of exhibitions around the world, with such a talented team is a dream come true. I am really looking forward to meeting all the EventShaper clients and getting to know everyone.”

 Lou Kiwanuka, director of EventShaper Ltd added: “We have been on the look-out for the right person to lead the team here at EventShaper for a while now and are really excited to have Helen on board. She is a great fit for the business, and she brings a fresh perspective to the table.

“She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience and her arrival signifies an exciting new chapter in the EventShaper story.”

Helen has joined EventShaper from her previous role as operations director at GovNet and prior to that came from the ranks of UBM & Centaur. Outside of work Ericson is a huge sports fan, especially rugby. She loves travelling, reading and when she has time secretly partakes in amateur dramatics – having completed a performing arts degree at DE Montfort University.

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