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ICC Sydney appoints Martyn Potter

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

Martyn PotterInternational Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) announced the appointment of Martyn Potter.

Martyn Potter is the new Director of Building Services – another key position filled within the venue’s Executive Team.

Bringing more than 30 years’ experience to the table, Potter will play a crucial role in delivering the operating strategy for building security, housekeeping and sustainability across the integrated convention, exhibition and entertainment precinct. He also comes with extensive knowledge of ICC Sydney, having been Project Director – Facilities Management (FM) at Spotless Group, part of the Darling Harbour Live consortium that is responsible for delivering the project in partnership with the NSW Government.

Potter said he is looking forward to working alongside the performance-focussed team to deliver seamless operations across the AU$1.5billion world class venue which comprises three theatres, 35,000sqm of internal exhibition space, 8000sqm of meeting room space and a 5,000sqm open air event deck.

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