Multi-faceted promoter and venue operator DHP Family has announced a trio of staff promotions.
Kelly Bennaton is elevated to head of marketing, with responsibility for managing the marketing of 1,600 concerts per year and DHP’s festival portfolio, as well as developing the corporate marketing strategy.
Sophie Power becomes head of creative, charged with developing the creative output of the Nottingham based company and oversee the visual communications of the in-house brands in use across its venues, festivals and concerts.
Anwyn Williams takes on the role of marketing manager to deliver campaigns for some of DHP’s biggest shows and tours, as well as marketing for Dot To Dot festival.
“I’m delighted that we have been able to turn to the talent we have working within the company to fill these three roles," said DHP Family MD George Akins. "As a forward thinking employer, we focus on providing opportunities for our people to progress throughout the business. I’m confident Kelly, Sophie and Anwyn will continue to do an excellent job driving forward our marketing and creative output.”
Before starting at DHP three years ago, Bennaton worked at the Association of Independent Music as events coordinator, helping to launch the AIM Independent Music Awards.
Power started working for DHP eight years ago, after completing a degree in Brand Promotion; working her way up from Marketing and Design Assistant to Head of Creative. Growing up in Nottingham, many of her first experiences of live music and clubnights were through DHP venues.
Originally from Leamington Spa, Williams moved to Nottingham in 2010 to study Media and Popular Culture at Nottingham Trent University, becoming involved with the local music scene and gigs straight away, and taking her first role at DHP in 2014.
Pictured (L-R): Sophie Power, Kelly Bennaton and Anwyn Williams