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A host of appointments have been made at UBM over the past month. Simone du Bois (1) has been recruited as brand manager for Decorex International after spending the past 15 years in the interior design community. On the sales side, Lindsay Guy (2) has switched from Haymarket's BBC Good Food Show Summer and BBC Gardeners' World Live to become the new sales manager on The Sleep Event. Haymarket has replaced Guy with Sarah Sandys-Renton as senior marketing manager. Internationally, Sarah Palmer (3) has left DMG in Dubai to take up the marketing manager's post on UBM's Interiors UAE. Guy is just one of a host of staff changes at Haymarket. Rachel Poletti-Gadd (4) has been promoted from show director on BBC Good Food Show Summer and BBC Gardeners' World Live to divisional director across the full BBC show portfolio. Former brand solutions assistant Gemma Harvey has stepped up to brand solutions executive. Lastly, Clare Cox has been promoted from marketing manager for BBC Good Food Show Winter to customer relationship manager across the whole portfolio of Haymarket Shows including BBC events, Clothes Show Live and Autosport.Nick Kenton (5) has joined Lord's Cricket Ground as meetings and events sales manager with a major focus on lifting exhibitions business. He was previously at Arsenal Football Club and Twickenham Stadium. GL Events Owen Brown has appointed two new members to its sales team. Eleanor Whitten joins as account executive after previously working at Speedo as an events manager. Matt Ryland meanwhile, joins GL as an account manager. He has worked in the events industry for eight years including stints with Concerto Group and Zibrant.CEO of Melville Event and Exhibition Services Nick Marshall has been elected to vice-chairman for the Event Supplier and Services Association (ESSA). Marshall has been on the board of ESSA since its formation four years ago. Also re-elected to the ESSA board are Steve Barratt, Martin Cottrell and David Wootton.Earls Court and Olympia has recruited a new employee and promoted two operations staffers. Andrea Georgeou has joined as head of legal, while Leeann Cowper has been promoted to event manager and Paul Langford to projects manager.Holly May is the new marketing executive on Emap's BETT education technology show. She has been with Emap since 2009 and was formerly on the marketing team for Glee.The Events Venue at Bluewater has appointed Mark De'Ath as operations manager. He was formerly head of operations and events at Alexandra Palace.Manchester-based Museum of Science and Industry has employed Lucy Cort to sales manager to help drive event sales. people may 2011 43appointments exhibition newson the moveAND SHAKERSnew appointmentsMoVeRsCharles RossDeputy MD,single Market eventswhat do you enjoy most about the exhibition industry? It's the diversity. There aren't many industries you could work in where you really get to understand so many different subject areas.what frustrates you?Although the industry has become more customer service oriented in recent years, there are still enough organisers within our sector that don't provide quality service levels. what's your proudest achievement?Aside from pulling off what I believe to be the largest ever sponsorship deal for a UK show, as a result of cold calling Lloyds TSB on the British International Motor Show in 2006, without doubt it has to be Single Market Events' achievements in Hong Kong. Within the space of four years, we have built from scratch what is now broadly considered to be one of the world's top four art fairs (Art HK), which makes me immensely proud.if you weren't in this industry, what would you be doing?All through my teens and university, I had my heart set on going into radio broadcasting. Fortunately the exhibition industry became the saviour of the ears of the British public!who do you admire most in the industry and why?First and foremost it's Tim Etchells [SME managing director] - who has taught me more about what to do and what not to do than anybody else. Others I admire greatly include Rob Mackenzie, Simon Kimble and Gordon Thomas who taught me how to sell.what's the best piece of advice you've ever been given?Listen to your clients.what's the funniest moment you have ever had at work? There are too many to single out - and even if I did, you really would have had to have been there at the time.13245