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New general manager for Global DIY Summit

Published: 10 February 2017 - Jenny Wonnacott

Iñaki Maillard will be the new general manager for the Global DIY Summit, reporting directly to chairmen, co-founders and official moderators Ralf Rahmede and John Herbert.

Mr Maillard previously served as communications and marketing manager for the summit, a role he has held for the past six years. Prior to that, he worked as correspondent at Thomson Reuters Mexico and Deutsche Welle Germany.

Iñaki Maillard will be the new general manager for the Global DIY Summit, taking place in Berling this June
Iñaki Maillard will be the new general manager for the Global DIY Summit, taking place in Berling this June

Said Mr Maillard, “This is a recognition for many years of hard work developing a top class event for our industry. The Global DIY Summit’s success is the result of teamwork and commitment from all the people involved in it. I thank Ralf and John for giving me this opportunity.“ 

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