Creative Director, Cellar Door
Mark Sarfo-Kantanka is a director at Cellar Door Promotions Ltd, an events management business that challenges people’s perceptions by implementing ground-breaking creative experiences unconstrained by venue capacity or location. In this podcast episode he is also joined by the creative director Farouk Deen to speak about the direction Cellar Door is taking going forwards.
Farouk Deen is the creative director at Cellar Door Promotions, an audacious event management group that challenges people’s perceptions by implementing ground-breaking creative experiences unconstrained by venue capacity or location.
Deen has been with Cellar Door since 2005 when the business was founded. He has also been the creative director at Plain Clothing Company, an online retailer of plain casual wear for men, women and children, since 2012.
Deen also has a history in the finance sector, having worked for Barclays Bank plc in London as a trading manager from 2004 to 2007, before spending three years with Deutsche Bank Group Services UK Ltd.
In September 2020, Deen appeared on a Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland podcast, discussing the importance of leadership and the impact it has had on his career to date.
Listen to Farouk Deen's Leaders Council podcast.
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