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Debbie Crosswell joins BCD M&E and Zibrant LIVE! business development team

Debbie Crosswell

New Business Development Director signifies robust period of growth

Debbie Crosswell has joined BCD M&E and Zibrant LIVE! as Business Development Director. The appointment marks the on-going positive outlook after the acquisition of Zibrant by BCD Meetings & Events.  
Debbie joins from Grass Roots Meetings & Events and has a strong background in business development having spent her formative career with Ci Events and W&O.

Based from London, she will report to Hannah Wilkinson, Senior Director of Sales and Business Strategy and will be responsible for developing and converting our existing pipeline of clients, further expanding an already growing client base.  

BCD M&E and Zibrant LIVE! is one of Europe’s foremost agencies with a global reach through BCD Meetings & Events and local knowledge from London, Derby, Maidenhead and Faversham offices. The company has recently won a series of high profile clients and events, and has undertaken a strategic review to align its business to focus on defined market sectors.  

Debbie Crosswell said: “BCD M&E and Zibrant LIVE! is recognised for being at the fore of creativity in the meetings and events industry and is forging ahead in terms of client wins. I’m excited to join the organisation, share my knowledge and draw on my skills in developing concepts and ideas across a range of event related services including; full event management solutions and strategic meetings management.”  

Hannah Wilkinson, Director of Sales and Business Strategy adds: “Debbie’s appointment marks the exciting next chapter for BCD M&E and Zibrant LIVE! She brings significant skills, great relationships and understanding of our market. We are excited to continue our growth with Debbie as a key part of our business development team.”

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