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The Appointment Group Manchester celebrates 1st Anniversary

Trevor Johnson, Manager of The Appointment Group Manchester
The Appointment Group (TAG) opened in Manchester at the start of 2014 when it acquired ET Travel. Following heavy investment, its Manchester office based in the thriving Northern Quarter is now the central hub for its UK client-base.
On Thursday the 7th of May The Appointment Group celebrated its first successful year under the TAG umbrella with a client party in spectacular style at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Free Trade Hall hotel in their flagship Halle Suite.


Over 100 clients, staff and invited guests joined The Appointment Group’s founder and Chairman, John Gianquitto, as well as the head of the Manchester operation, Trevor Johnson, for this celebration event.

Entertainment was provided by the Royal Northern College of Music session orchestra, a customised TAG real ale beer was brewed for the occasion by the Ramsbottom Craft Brewery and a competition on 1980’s arcade games such as Pacman and Space Invaders was taking place for a little extra fun. Susie Doenhoff from Fashion Rider won the top prize of three nights at the Park Hyatt Dubai plus flights with Lufthansa from Manchester Airport, whilst the retro games prize winner was Adam Brokenbrow of RBS.

Trevor Johnson, Manager of The Appointment Group Manchester comments: ‘We would like to thank all our clients and supporters for attending the inaugural TAG Manchester client party here in the heart of our thriving city. It was a real pleasure to spend quality time with our valued clients and to build stronger relationships together. We are grateful to our partners at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Free Trade Hall for working with The Appointment Group on this event, and for their excellent levels of service that were provided on the night’.

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