Centrica hands year-long deal to Lodestar

Centrica Energy has appointed Lodestar in a year-long events contract that will include staff engagement, leadership meetings and awards.

Centrica Energy hands year-long deal to Lodestar
Centrica Energy hands year-long deal to Lodestar

It is the first time Centrica has had a dedicated events strategy and follows an inaugural roadshow run by Lodestar last year.

The 22-date roadshow engaged with 2,200 employees at venues including London's Battersea Power Station and Aberdeen's Satrosphere Science Centre.

Centrica, which owns British Gas, bought a 20% stake in EDF's nuclear business, formerly British Energy, in 2009.

An awards weekend is expected to take place in May and Lodestar managing director Phil Watton said: "There is a real emphasis on their people. It is a great start to the year for us."

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