Effective wins two-year events deal with Siemens

Siemens has appointed Effective Event Solutions in a two-year events management deal including conferences, incentives and trade fairs.

Effective wins two-year events deal with Siemens
Effective wins two-year events deal with Siemens

The agreement - which sees Effective Event Solutions become a preferred supplier for global electronics and technology company Siemens AG - is in place until the end of May 2013.

The contract will be renewed on a 12-month rolling basis and will include sales conferences, supplier meetings, trade fairs, incentives, workshops and product presentations.

Account director Helen King said: "We look forward to working with them on all their events, now and in the future. Being a preferred supplier makes it easier for anyone within the Siemens group to be able to access our information and contact us direct - we can't wait to work with more people in the business and build on our strong relationship with the organisation."

Meanwhile, the Oxford-based agency has been re-appointed by technology distributor Steljes to run incentive programmes in 2012 and 2013 following an inaugural event in February.

This year's incentive - the first that Steljes has held - involved a trip to Dubai for 22 delegates.

Steljes, which distributes products from companies including Hitachi, Epson and Panasonic, is holding the incentives as a way of motivating teams to hit targets. Destinations for the next two trips are yet to be decided.

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