Adam Davis, Tom Bussey, Gemma Hodgson and Martin Green
UK - TAIT is expanding its producing offer with the appointment of Martin Green as vice-president of global live events.
Martin brings over 20 years of experience to TAIT, with large-scale live broadcast events and festivals across the globe. Most recently he served as managing director of Eurovision, Liverpool 2023 on Behalf of Ukraine where he oversaw the delivery of the publicly acclaimed event. His portfolio also includes chief creative officer for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, director of Hull UK City of Culture 2017, and head of ceremonies for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. He has also acted as an advisor to Dubai Expo and the Tokyo Olympics.
Based in TAIT’s recently announced Kings Cross office, Martin will play an integral part in the company’s development and expansion of event production globally. He will oversee executive-level project management, provide deep subject matter expertise, and drive business development efforts for high-profile, wide-reaching live events, often characterised by intricate broadcast components.
“Martin is an inspirational leader with a wealth of experience executing high touchpoint events along with managing multi-disciplined teams and stakeholders. We are delighted to welcome him to TAIT, as we continue to build on our global success through the expansion of our producing capabilities,” says Tom Bussey, CEO of productionglue, A TAIT company.
“We are thrilled to have Martin join the TAIT team. His creative vision and vast experience leading key cultural moments will play a pivotal role as we continue to evolve and grow TAIT’s producing services to meet our client’s diverse needs and boundary-breaking appetite around the world,” adds Gemma Hodgson, chief commercial officer for TAIT.
“I'm honoured to be joining the incredible team at TAIT,” says Martin Green. “Their unmatched technical and creative abilities are formidable, and I look forward to further shaping their ability to provide world class experiences from inception to delivery."

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