Sulayman has worked at Invnt in the US for the past 11 years, where she has delivered campaigns for brands including SC Johnson and PepsiCo, along with pharmaceuticual companies such as Merck and Genentech.
Sulayman will officially join Invnt's London team at the end of September.
Following its acquisition by Time Inc. in July, growth has been on the agency’s agenda, and additional appointments are on the cards.
Muriel Holdsworth, managing director at Invnt EMEA, said: "We are also recruiting for a senior creative director to lead our creative inspiration. We are very excited about the times ahead and the business opportunities coming our way.
"The experiential sector in Europe has never been so buoyant. At present, we have the best platform we could wish for to achieve impressive growth – Invnt’s fantastic reputation and enviable list of global clients, built from delivering flawless creative and purposeful events and communication programmes, coupled with Time Inc.’s support and enthusiasm in the sector of live media."
Holdsworth, who joined Invnt EMEA in February and became managing director in June, has 17 years of experience in strategy and face-to-face communications, and has worked on campaigns with both consumer and B2B brands.
Earlier this month Invnt's founder and global managing partner, Scott Cullather spoke to Event about the company's wider growth and expansion plans.