Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Women on the Move

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Women on the Move

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Carly Hope | WORKPLACE interiors specialists, Ben Johnson Interiors, has appointed RACHEL MCDERMOTT as business development and events manager, based in Newcastle.

Rachel, who held a similar role with the Entrepreneurs' Forum for nearly 10 years, is well known in North East and Yorkshire business circles. She is looking forward to working with new and existing contacts and running inspiring, informative events to communicate the importance of professional workspace design.

| A TEESSIDE University graduate has reached the summit of her industry after being appointed to one of the most prestigious roles in interior design.

DIANA CELELLA came to Teesside to study interior design in the 1980s at a time when professional courses in that sector were few and far between. She has now been appointed president of the Society of British and International Design (SBID), the standard bearer for the accreditation of professional interior designers, product suppliers and educational institutions.

We are sure that she will become an invaluable member of our team."

| A NEW sales manager has been appointed to lead the conference and events team at Newcastle's St James' Park.

VICKI NEIL, from Northumberland, has been recruited to the position by Sodexo Prestige Venues & Events, which works in partnership with NUFC to provide match day catering, hospitality and event management at the Newcastle United FC Diana ground. And she brings almost 20 years' experience to her new role, joining Sodexo from Carlsberg UK, where she was sales development manager.

| THE North East Business and Innovation Centre (BIC) has expanded by recruiting a new member of staff who will support the region's SMEs.

The business centre in Sunderland which provides commercial space and business support services has appointed an innovation adviser to help drive its SME Innovation Programme.

MICHELLE HAMBLETON, formerly of BE Group and the Education and Skills Funding Agency, will mainly support Durham-based businesses on the programme to help them realise their innovative ambitions by developing new products and services. …

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