New marketing manager at Magna

24th June 2015

Magna has appointed a new marketing manager as part of its corporate team to lead on commercial development and new partnerships.

Dan Tupling, who ran his own events company before moving to Magna, said: -I'm delighted to be joining Magna, and it's a really exciting time to be coming on board. -There is a lot of untapped potential on the commercial front and we are hoping to develop new partnerships which benefit the organisation. Magna, which is based in the former giant Templeborough steelworks, close to junction 34 of the M1, has conference facilities which can accommodate from five up to 5,000 people. Dan, who lives in Clifton, Rotherham, will also be developing seasonal events at Magna, to rival its famous Christmas parties. As well as being a corporate venue, Magna is an award-winning visitor attraction, with more than 100 hands-on exhibits designed to explore the four elements of air, water, earth and fire. It also hosts regular school trips.

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