sarvenaz koutchesfahani

Project Manager


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  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom



  • Fashion
  • Events
  • Marketing PR
  • Visual Arts
  • Interiors
  • Lifestyle
  • Design
  • Styling
  • Office
  • Photoshop
  • Powerpoint

Work history


Event Organiser


Jan 2016
  • Organising from scratch the annual event for the Fine-tech company Allocator, in NY and London within budget. Searching, organising the venues, invitations, tables, helping with the table bookings and sponsorships. Enhanced communication skills through contacting and managing applicants, nominees and the attendees. Expanding the company’s social media presence with creating and managing an Instagram account.


Project Manager

Tetris Design Build

Jan 2014 - Feb 2015
  • After working as a project manager for Tetris Design & Build, a full turnkey service, for Commercial fit out and refurbishment. I have been the client’s single point of contact, managed the successful delivery of the project from its inception to its completion by gaining a full understanding of the brief and clients requirements, budget and timeframe. Accountable for appointing and being responsible for the services of external suppliers including consultants, contractors and sub-contractors, I would schedule, lead and supervise their works. Held liable for Identifying opportunities and seeking to win new business, including liaise with and support other departments within the company in respect of clients leads/ opportunities. Efficiently multitask in stressful situations, which enables me to always be a step ahead. Sociable, ambitious, multilingual I work hard to achieve the best results in everything I do. Looking forward to hear from you soon Kind Regards



BA Interiors Architecture

Middlesex University

Aug 2008 - May 2010
  • Interiors Architecture


Riba Part Architecture

University for the Creative Arts

Aug 2005 - May 2008
  • Architecture