Saturday, July 20, 2024

New CEO and senior staff promotions for Nottingham Venues

Nottingham Venues has made a series of promotions within its senior team, including the creation of a new CEO role.

Tom Waldron-Lynch has been appointed to the new position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Nottingham Venues. He joined the business as General Manager in 2017, when it was part of DeVere group and has been pivotal in navigating the team through its successful transition over the last five years.

More recently, Tom has also taken on increased responsibilities outside of Nottingham Venues. He is a board member for the place marketing organisation for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, Marketing Nottingham, and is focussed on raising the county’s profile as one of the UK’s leading business and leisure destinations.

The new position of CEO is reflective of Tom’s work to date and the future role he will play in ensuring the future success of Nottingham Venues and in continually raising the profile of the company across the city.

In addition to the new CEO, current Operations Manager, Kerry Pritchett has been promoted to Hotel Manager at the Jubilee Hotel and Conferences, and Orchard Hotel Manager, Peter Bartlett, has become General Manager Orchard Hotel and East Midlands Conference Centre (EMCC).

The new titles demonstrate their respective roles and responsibilities following the recent enhancement of the facilities within both the Jubilee Campus offering and the East Midlands Conference Centre.

Tom Waldron-Lynch, CEO of Nottingham Venues, says: “I am pleased that the hard work of my colleagues Peter and Kerry has been recognised and I am sure they will both be instrumental in the future development of Nottingham Venues. I am excited about the future of Nottingham Venues and look forward to the company playing an important role in supporting the growth of the visitor economy in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.”

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