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Paul Sergeant rejoins AEG Ogden

After striking out on his own with Paul Sergeant Events, ex-Etihad Stadium boss Sergeant is "coming home" to AEG as director of special projects

By Jon Chapple on 21 May 2019

Paul Sergeant, Paul Sergeant Events

Paul Sergeant


Australian venue management veteran Paul Sergeant has rejoined AEG Ogden, following the winding up of his Paul Sergeant Events (PSE) company.

“I have re-joined AEG Ogden for a third time and taken on a role as director, special projects, ahead of a number of rising opportunities across the Australasian region,” Sergeant – who founded PSE, a niche events promoter and consultancy, in 2017 after stepping down as CEO of Melbourne’s Etihad (now Marvel) Stadium – tells IQ of the move.

“Given my extensive experience at Wembley Stadium, Wembley Arena, Principality Stadium and Marvel Stadium, as well as my previous roles with AEG Ogden at Suncorp Stadium and Qudos Bank Arena, and more than 5,000 major events that have taken place under my management, I am effectively coming home to my specialised area of venue management.”

“I am effectively coming home to my specialised area of venue management”

Sergeant’s return to AEG Ogden comes amid a string of hires and internal promotions for the Brisbane-based company, including Ross Steele as manager of the Christchurch Convention Centre (Te Pae) in New Zealand and Michael Littlewood as director of operations at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.

PSE was wound up in March, as a result of Sergeant being unable to raise funding to cover ongoing business costs, according to the Melbourne Age.

AEG Ogden, AEG’s Asia-Pacific venues operation, manages Brisbane Entertainment Centre (14,500-cap.), Te Pae Convention Centre and Dubai’s new Coca-Cola Arena (17,000-cap.), among others.

 


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