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How I got here: tips from the top
Kelly Phillips, senior events manager at EE, started working at Orange more than six years ago before the brand's merger with T-Mobile in 2010. She talked to Event about being a football fan, keeping a cool head and and her work on EE Live, an experi...
Sharon Olver, business development manager and commercial manager at UniSpace Sunderland, has been in the role for the last five years. She talked to Event about her bakery/butchery past, learning as much as possible and the benefits of being a holis...
Liz Taylor, managing director of corporate events company Taylor Lynn Corporation in Manchester, set up the company almost 20 years ago. She talked to Event about working from the bottom up, her desire to work in a creative business and wanting to be...
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