GES, a global experiential marketing partner to many of the world’s leading brands, is pleased to announce that Daniel Pearce has joined GES as Director of Client Relations for Event Intelligence in the UK. In this role, Daniel will be responsible for GES Event Intelligence products; including Visit by GES™ and Visit Connect. He will work closely with both the commercial and client care teams to drive growth in new business and existing portfolios. Furthermore, he’ll act as a commercial and product expert, supporting the wider business, and onboarding new clients to GES.
Most recently, Daniel worked at Unily as Enterprise Success Manager, and he previously worked at GES as Account Manager where he was responsible for managing a number of high-profile accounts. “It’s a great pleasure to welcome Daniel back to the GES Event Intelligence team. He is an extremely talented, and tech-savvy individual; constantly putting clients first.” said Gerard Conway, Director of Event Intelligence, GES EMEA. “His expertise will serve our clients well as we continue to return to events safely and grow together to maximize ROI.”
“We are thrilled to see such energy return to our industry. Across Europe and the Middle East, we have seen demand for live events increase, and GES Event Intelligence is supporting clients returning to live-events safely.” Conway continues. “The recent Arab Health show in the Middle East brought together 20,000 health care professionals, and GES was critical in deploying an entire digital content suite of tools for over 1500 exhibitors, including contactless entry and registration.”
Event Intelligence, along with Visit by GES™, is an event platform offering integrated registration and data capture, along with a 360-degree view of interactions between visitors, exhibitors, and organizers throughout the entire event lifecycle. It captures the event from audience acquisition to at-show engagement, lead generation and real-time data intelligence. Visit GO! by GES?, our latest access control technology, provides contactless tools to support the safe reopening of live events, which is critical in helping drive and rebuild the event industry.