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Tarsus appoints new Labels Group MD

Nick Davison takes over from Lisa Milburn who joins main Tarsus Board

Nick Davison has taken over from Lisa Milburn as managing director of the Tarsus Labels division, organiser of the Labelexpo Global Series of exhibitions and summits and publisher of Labels & Labeling magazine.
The announcement follows Milburn’s promotion to Group Director and appointment to the main Tarsus board, a role which will see her managing a number of key divisions, including Labels, Aerospace, OFFPRICE, FounderMade and Tarsus Media, as well as responsibility for driving organic growth. A Tarsus Group stalwart, Milburn has been with the group for over 20 years having progressed through the business to head up the Labels division.
Nick Davison joins Tarsus from Hyve Group where he headed up the Breakbulk portfolio, a global series of events for the project logistics and oversize cargo industry. In this role Davison managed five events on four continents, as well as a monthly publication His other roles have included running the Spring/Autumn Fair, the UK’s largest trade exhibition.
Doug Emslie, CEO of the Tarsus Group said, ‘It is my great pleasure to welcome Nick Davison on board as the new managing director of the Tarsus Labels Group at a time when the business is bouncing back and in the run-up to our premier event, Labelexpo Europe 2023.’
Davison will be supported by the existing leadership team of Strategy Director Andy Thomas-Emans and Portfolio Director Jade Grace.
www.labelexpo.com

 

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