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Bella Center Copenhagen Hires Prominent Industry Profile

International congresses and events are the core business of Bella Center Group. To further strengthen its profile in this area of business, the Group recently hired Sus Nygaard as International Sales Manager. Nygaard, who will assume the post on 1 November 2014, is one of the most prominent profiles in the industry, bringing with her a wealth of experience from a long career at SAS and a unique network – a combination that strengthens the international position of Bella Center Group.

“With the hiring of Sus Nygaard, we have strengthened our international profile. For a very long time, Sus Nygaard has been a prominent part of the Danish and international meeting industry. Sus Nygaard’s fantastic international network in the meeting industry will undoubtedly provide new opportunities. We very much look forward to working together and we anticipate welcoming a range of new international events to Bella Center Group,” said Congress and Event Director Lene Mortensen.