Simon Clifton joins event services company 360

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Melville Exhibitions and Events' sales director Simon Clifton has joined event services and creative solutions group 360 Creative Event Services.Clifton has been sales director at Melville for the past three years, prior to that he was account director at the NEC.He will be responsible for sales and key account management at 360, which was formed at the beginning of 2010 in the merger of ARB and Expo-Flora, orchestrated by David Walley and David Harding.Commenting on Clifton’s appointment, 360 CEO David Harding said: “Simon has a wealth of knowledge, contacts and insight and his addition to the management team is a key part of our plans for growth,” adding that the appointment reflects the growth 360 has already achieved.In November, Melville announced an investment in 3,000sqm of Octanorm Shell-Scheme.
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