19 Jun Ben Greenish joins dmg events as Senior Vice President leading their Construction division
dmg events, a leading international events company, has appointed Ben Greenish as Senior Vice President to head its growing construction division and market leading Big 5 brand.
Ben has held a number of senior positions at various media companies including UBM and EMAP. He was also a former Managing Director of MEED in the Middle East and most recently Managing Director and CRO of Future Plc with a portfolio including 25 UK events.
Ben has also held Managing Director positions with Press Holdings Media Group, owners of titles such as the Spectator and the Business whereby he worked to transform the traditional print model and optimized revenues through subscription and event based offerings.
‘Ben’s extensive knowledge in events and media, particularly in Architecture, Civil Engineering and Construction, made him a shoe-in for the Construction leadership role “, said Matt Denton, President of dmg events. “He is a seasoned professional with the skills and experience to drive the division and Big 5 brand forward. A strong and proven business leader he is a fantastic addition to the team.”
“As we look to grow the business, both across our traditional Middle East home and further afield, through acquisition and launch, Ben’s experience and entrepreneurial nature will be perfectly suited at the helm”, said Denton.
About dmg events
dmg events is a leading organiser of face-to-face events and a publisher of trade magazines. We aim to keep businesses informed and connect them with relevant communities to create vibrant marketplaces and to accelerate their business across multiple platforms. dmg events organises more than 80 events across 25 countries, attracting over 425,000 attendees and delegates every year. The company’s portfolio of products includes many industry leading events such as The Big 5 construction shows and energy events like ADIPEC and Gastech. For more information visit www.dmgevents.com. Founded in 1989, the company is headquartered in Dubai, UAE, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Daily Mail and General Trust plc (DMGT, www.dmgt.co.uk), one of the largest media companies in the United Kingdom.