Event services specialist Joe Manby Limited has expanded its team with three new appointments and a promotion to its electrical and events divisions.
The new appointees join the management and operations teams providing support to organisers and exhibitors on events around the country.
Mick Ramsey and Stephen Boyce have been appointed standfitting chargehand and trade operative respectively. Mick joins
Joe Manby Limited from the maintenance department at Leeds University. In his new role, he will oversee the prefabrication
and installation of shell scheme and bespoke standfitting for the firm’s national client base. Stephen joins the firm from stage set builder Stage One Creative Services and will be working on a variety of projects across the event portfolio.
Gary Morris joins Joe Manby Limited as an electrical foreman. He previously ran his own electrical business in Wakefield. At Joe Manby Limited, he will supervise electrical installations at the firm’s contracted events around the UK.
Alongside these new appointments, long serving staff member Kevin Wood has also been promoted to electrical foreman. Kevin has worked at Joe Manby Limited for 13 years.
Founded in 1974, Joe Manby Limited is one of the UK’s largest independent family owned event service suppliers. It supplies
everything from stand design and installation to stand dressing and graphics to clients including the Royal College of Nursing, PLSA, TUC, as well as Reed Midem, Ocean Media and Centaur Media.
Richard Manby, director, said: “It is a great pleasure to welcome Stephen, Mick and Gary to the team and to congratulate Kevin on his well-earned promotion. Our company has a hard-earned reputation for professionalism, value for money and personal service. We are lucky enough to be busy working with both repeat and new clients and these appointments will enable us to maintain our high standards and ensure clients achieve maximum impact from their event.