Dec. 12, 2014 – Kansas City-based corporate event management agency, Bishop-McCann, has appointed a former Microsoft executive, Rob Adams, as its new president.

Rob Adams isn’t completely new to Bishop-McCann; during the past two years, he’s served on the agency’s board.

Michelle McSpadden, the company’s previous president, will continue her role as chief operating officer and become an executive vice president. In addition, she has been promoted to president of BX Worldwide, a division of Bishop-McCann.

Most recently, Adams served as general manager of Microsoft Dynamics Canada, where he earned the Microsoft Platinum Club distinction for being among the top 1 percent across Microsoft in terms of performance, leadership, sales and innovation.

“Rob brings to us such a unique blend of business expertise and a deep understanding of people and teams,” Bishop-McCann founder and CEO Dan Nilsen said. “We are now, more than ever, positioned to be that partner that clients can’t imagine living without.”

For nearly 18 years, Bishop-McCann has been a successful corporate event planning agency, producing meetings, events and incentive trips for clients. In addition to locating the perfect venue, it also offers a variety of services, such as creative and content strategy, production and staging and event logistics and travel.

Article appeared Dec. 24, 2014
Kansas City Biz Journals

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