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Angie Redhead, City Assets Manager

Angie began to make waves working in the overseas travel industry when she began work for TUI in 1993.  During her thirteen years with the company she progressed into various management roles across the world, developing new products, resorts and destinations as well as involvement in the TUI cruise programme.

Angie returned home to Liverpool in 2005 to become the Cruise Development Manager for Liverpool City Council, overseeing development, construction and operation of the cruise liner terminal which stands proudly today on the World Heritage Waterfront.

Career highlights include the official opening of Liverpool Cruise Terminal by Cunard’s QE2, the inaugural visit of Queen Mary 2, the Battle of the Atlantic commemorations, the Royal christening of ‘Atlantic Sea’ and the ‘Three Queens’ event – a spectacular meeting of the Cunard fleet in May 2015, an event Angie was instrumental in securing and subsequently project managing; the event was attended by over 1 million spectators on the banks of the Mersey and was viewed by a global audience as the ships ‘River Dance’ was streamed live around the world.

Liverpool Cruise Terminal has won a number of awards in recent years, Seatrades ‘Cruise Destination of the Year’ and ‘UK Port of Call’ no less than 3 occasions in the past 4 years whilst for Angie, after more than 20 years working in the travel industry both overseas and in the UK, she has become a popular and influential figure in the modern day tourism and maritime industry being named ‘International Personality of the Year’ by Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA)in 2014,  voted as Chair of Cruise Britain in 2015 and named as Mersey Maritimes ‘Ambassador of the Year’ in 2016, recognising Ms Redhead’s decade-long commitment to the development of a thriving cruise industry in Liverpool.

Angie took up the newly created role of Head of City Assets in 2017 and is now responsible for iconic Liverpool City Halls, St Georges Hall and Town Hall as well as Liverpool Tourist Information Centre, in addition to Liverpool Cruise Terminal. There are ambitious plans in the pipeline to ensure these venues and services become the premier venues in the north west of England for business tourism and events as well as plans to build a new cruise terminal development in the city in 2020 so there is still so much more to achieve.

 

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