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Two Experienced Event Consultants Join Consultancy

Two Experienced Event Consultants Join Consultancy

Gallus Events announced today that experienced event professionals Pauline Coulter and Dipty Patel have joined William Thomson.

As Commercial Director at the ACT (Association of Corporate Treasurers), Pauline Coulter was part of the senior leadership team and was responsible for significant commercial growth. During her 7 years, she oversaw a very successful events business, the Middle East business and latterly all ACT marketing and communication including a total rebrand. Pauline brings a wealth of strategic commercial and leadership experience, which will allow Gallus Events to offer a broader suite of commercial services to organisations.

As Head of Conference & Events for the Investor Relations Society for a number of years, Dipty Patel ran extremely profitable and dynamic calendar of events. Dipty’s role will allow Gallus Events to further support clients to strategically and a practical delivery of high events.

Pauline Coulter and Dipty Patel have joined William Thomson former Head of Events, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales, The British Bankers’ Association and Council of Mortgage Lenders to create the most experienced event consultancy team in the UK.

Gallus Events lead consultant William Thomson, in announcing the appointments said: “We have known for a while that we have had to strengthen our team to cope with demand, especially from the association sector. With the arrival of Pauline and Dipty we now have a senior team able to complete much larger consultancy projects. With a particular strength in associations in the financial and professional services sector we have a unique offering for our clients.”

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