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OUR NEWEST MEMBER, HARRIET CROWTHER

Harriet started her impressive career working at the historically renowned Guildhall as part of the commercial events team working across some truly impressive high profile events for brands including Mulberry, Wimbledon,BFI, Save the Children and the Manbooker Prize.

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OUR NEWEST MEMBER, HARRIET CROWTHER

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After 4 years Harriet moved to 2BUK, a Destination Management Company (DMC) as their Business Development Manager, hosting programmes for US and UK base corporate clients including bespoke city based tours to exclusive dinners at some of London’s most unique venues. And most recently Harriet worked for Blue Strawberry, one of London’s top event caterers.

Harriet’s role
Harriet will manage all of our venue and client relationships as well as introducing new venues into the Fisher portfolio. She will be the gatekeeper to all of our precious partner and supplier relationships. As she grows existing business she will also be active in establishing new relationships and connections with new clients and venues as well as supporting the business with marketing and social media initiatives. We are thrilled to have Harriet onboard!

A few words from Harriet
I am really looking forward to learning more about the creative production side of our industry. Having spent most of my career working with suppliers like Fisher and seeing the fabulous events they create, I am really excited to now be part of that team and be on that journey with our clients. Plus, there are so many new faces in the industry that I am looking forward to connecting with and seeing how Fisher can support them with creating unique events.

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