Creative Party Strengthens Board of Directors

Partyware and balloon company Creative Party (and sister company Anniversary House) has announced two key board level appointments to further strengthen its long term growth plans.

Speaking from Spring Fair 2018, Mike Forder, chairman and ceo, confirmed to PartyWorldwide.net that Holly Forder will be taking on the newly created position as product and marketing director, while Susan Russell will be taking the reins as sales director.

Mike commended both appointments, saying; “Both Holly and Susan have made significant contributions to the development of the company over many years and I am delighted to welcome them to the board, I look forward to working with them both on the future strategic direction of the company and our brands.”

Holly was equally excited at the challenge ahead. “Having worked for the business for seven years I am immensely happy to be tasked with a senior position across product and marketing,” she says. “I’m really very excited for the future developments of the business and am proud to be a part of what lies ahead.”

Creative Party is an industry pioneer across partyware and balloons, while Anniversary House is a stalwart name in the cake decorating and housewares sector. They can be seen at Spring Fair 2018 for the remainder of this week, on stands 3L10 (Cardgains Village) and 9G60 respectively.

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