Grace Reilly appointed to Glee’s marketing team

by | Jan 29, 2019 | Business, Community, News | 0 comments

Grace Reilly
Glee?s dedicated marketing team has expanded with the appointment of Grace Reilly.
Grace joins the team as Senior Marketing Executive. She will help to develop Glee?s presence across both print and online media.
Grace will also work with Glee?s content and sales team to enhance the exhibition?s offering.
Before, Grace spent three years working as part of the wider ?client service team?. She acted as the first point of contact for buyers and exhibitors within the ITE UK portfolio.
A candle addict, Grace is particularly excited to see what Glee?s Home and gift exhibitors will be showcasing.
Glee?s Event Director, Matthew Mein said: ?Grace is a great addition to the team. Her previous exposure to Glee, its brands and the wider market means she can hit the ground running.
“She will be an integral part of growing Glee?s offering. Grace will become a well-known face as she continues to meet with buyers and manufacturers over the coming months.?
Grace added: ?I?m pleased to be able to confirm my new role. Glee is a fabulous show, and one that I have always loved visiting.
“I look forward to joining the rest of the team on the road, and to helping grow Glee?s brand awareness.?

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