May 27, 2017

Meet our new Head of Sales- Ben Paris

Meet our new Head of Sales- Ben Paris

As Head of Sales, my main responsibility is ensuring the client's journey from initial conversation to confirmation is as seamless as possible and that they are guided through the entire process by the sales team. I am relatively new to the Moving Venue team and joined in March 2017, it's has been a real privilege working for such a prestigious event caterer with a fantastic product to offer!

I have spent the last seven years within the Event’s Industry in a variety of roles however catering is absolutely where my passion lies and I thoroughly enjoyed selling delicious and creative catering. This, coupled with the fact we work in some of the most prestigious and unique venues in London, I would say that I have as close to the ‘dream job’ that you can get.

Some of my favourite events have always been Summer parties, there is something particularly special about a drinks reception on the Walk Way at the Tower of London or a BBQ on the terrace at Somerset House. Battling the Great British Summer can be a challenging however no matter the weather, rain or shine, there are ways you can still ensure your guest leave feeling summer vibes.

We are here on hand to guide you through your Summer event planning process and have some fantastic offers to help!

Ben's Quick Fire Round

1) What are your 3 must see things on Netflix...

13th, Get me Roger Stone and Buffy the Vampire Slayer (though it's recently been taken off- RIP)

2) What is your favourite place in the world?

Koh Samui- Thailand, I have been twice before and am making my third trip there for 2 weeks in February along with my family to celebrate my mums 50th Birthday!

3)If you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?  

Literally if I didn't eat anything other than antipasti for the rest of my life I'd be a happy, happy man

4) If you could have any super power, what would it be?

Bernards Watch

5) What is your biggest fear?

Brexit affecting the import of cured meats and my antipasti addiction!