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The miaList 2014 is revealed

At a celebratory lunch hosted by Church House Conference Centre, Westminster, on Monday 7th April, new meetings industry association (mia) chairman, Andrew Mosley and Steve Knight, event director at the Meetings Show, revealed The miaList 2014.
Ten of the most passionate, enthusiastic and hardworking people from the meetings and events industry are included on The miaList every year. This year there were many more nominations all of an exceptionally high calibre giving the judges a difficult task when it came to awarding places on the 2014 miaList.

The miaList 2014
This year, the miaList includes:

Julie Cassidy, Conference Sales Manager, Aztec Hotel & Spa
Lucy Deller, Senior Event Manager, Central Hall Westminster
Danny Horgan, Academy Operations Manager, Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury
Natasha Hughes, Customer Relations Manager, Burleigh Court
Helen McGlynn, Conference Sales Co-ordinator, The Old Swan Hotel
Katie McPhee, Community Marketing Manager, Eventbrite Inc
Sean Melville, Executive Chef & Food and beverage, Manager Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel
Chris Mills, Conference & Events Operations Manager, Crowne Plaza Manchester Airport
Jonathan Morris, Commercial Director, 11 Cavendish Square
Franck Rosello, Central Operations and Projects Manager, etc.venues

Recognising Industry Heroes
The miaList 2014 is supported by the Meetings Show. It recognises the ‘unsung heroes’, people that stand out among their peers, as the most admirable people from all corners of the industry.

Andrew Mosley, mia chairman, who presented the mia List 2014 with the Meeting Show’s Steve Knight, comments, “We received a huge number of nominations for the miaList 2014, and the standard was high. Not surprisingly, choosing the final list was challenging for the judges. I congratulate all who were nominated, but especially those that have been recognised today by inclusion on The miaList 2014. It’s an honour to share the stage with those people whose admirable attitudes towards their work in the meetings industry epitomises the principals the mia stands for;  supporting best practice and raising standards.”

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