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York Conferences New Management - Sian Fraser

Published: 11 Oct 2018

York Conferences are delighted to announce Sian Fraser as their new Conference & Events Manager, responsible for the management of the conferences team and the conference venues available at the University of York.

In her new position, Sian will be overseeing the Operations, Sales and Events facilitated by York Conferences. Sian has been working at the University of York for 12 years, with 6 years of experience in conferencing and events. Sian’s other experience within the University includes Customer Service, Sales, Marketing, Design and Print.

Sian says “I am delighted to be the Conference & Events Manager here at York Conferences. There is a fantastic opportunity to grow this organisation and promote the fantastic venues available at the University of York. The diversity of venues in terms of size, setting, and architecture is something that other conference venues really struggle to match, and York is fantastic in terms of its transport links both within the UK and internationally”.

Jon Greenwood, Director of York Commercial Services says “I am extremely happy to appoint Sian as the Conference & Events Manager for York Conferences. Having been with us for 12 years, Sian has the knowledge and leadership to lead the York Conferences team. In York particularly, the competition for Conference venues is high, but I am convinced that York Conferences has both the venues and dedicated members of staff to be considered one of the best options for conference venues in the North of England”.

http://yorkconferences.com/


Posted by: York Conferences

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