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Max Fellows joins Ten6 Creative.

Who’s News in Special Events for Nov. 7, 2019

Special events business news this week includes a new board for SEARCH.

London-based events agency Ten6 Creative has named Max Fellows as commercial director.

Washington Duke Inn and Golf Club, located in Durham, N.C., has named Chantal Stanyer as its new corporate group sales manager.

Irving, Texas-based The Expo Group has announced that Tim Boobar will join the company as chief financial officer and Corey Kelley as chief technology and experience officer.

Alexandria, Va.-based NTP Events has been contracted by the Association for Vision Research and Ophthalmology to facilitate sales and oversee exhibitor services for the first ARVO International meeting.

London-based WRG has won a major project to support print technology brand Ricoh’s presence at the print and media show Drupa 2020.

The SEARCH Foundation has announced its incoming board of directors: chairwoman, Kate Patay, CPCE; vice chair, Patrick McMichael, CSEP; treasurer, Larry Green; secretary, Rick Turner; immediate past chair, Aaron Kaufman, CSEP; executive advisor, Joann Roth-Oseary; directors: Neil Adams, Nick Borelli, Judy Brillhart, CSEP, Evan Carbotti, Mark Catuogno, Thuy Diep, Bobby Dutton, Jerry Hellmann, David Lombardo, Frank Puleo, Meryl Snow and JC York.

Hotel Maya in Long Beach, Calif., has announced the appointment of Allison Lesser as director of sales and marketing.

Moss, headquartered in Elk Grove Village, Ill., has announced the addition of five employees to its European sales organization. Jens Muschal has been named sales director for Moss Europe, joined by strategic account managers Nina Schiborr and Markus Fahrenheim. Also joining Moss are Julian Barale as head of inside sales and Karin Bruns as account manager.

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