Sagripanti succeeds DiMascio

New chief executive at EEAA

kf - Tuesday, March 10, 2020    

New chief executive at EEAA
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Claudia Sagripanti has been appointed chief executive of the Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA). Following an extensive executive search, Ms Sagripanti was appointed by the EEAA board and commenced her new role on 17 February 2020. During her career, she worked in events and exhibitions; and more recently in media and digital technology. She was the CEO of Publishers Australia, the trade association representing leading B2B and B2C publishers, and managed the events and awards of the Australian Data-Driven Marketing Association (ADMA). The EEAA board believes that having Sagripanti as chief executive will help the EEAA continue to positively contribute to policy making at the highest levels and continue the good work of Joyce DiMascio.

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