Adidas, Kellogg's and Capital One help boost Rapport by more than £500,000

Event agency Rapport has reported a 'phenomenal' 2011, a year in which brands including Adidas, Kellogg's and Capital One boosted new business revenues by more than £500,000.

Rapport's Chris Teague
Rapport's Chris Teague

The agency, which also launched its Do Great Things rebrand and overhauled its website in 2011, was charged with producing Adidas's official 2012 Kit Launch for Team GB.

Capital One commissioned it to deliver its Vision Day and Heroes Day events, with the latter taking place in December; and Kellogg's awarded the agency a contract to produce last week's UK conference for 350 staff, following a five-way pitch.

Rapport has also been commissioned to deliver Astellas Senior Managers' Meetings for the third year running.

2011 saw the hiring of WRG's Chris Platt as creative director. The agency won several awards, including for Capital One, which picked up two trophies at the UK Event Awards, and for its work with Astellas.

Chris Teague, Rapport director, said: "It's been a fantastic 12 months at Rapport: new faces, new clients, new energy and some fantastic and award-winning events.

"We set out in 2011 to 'Do Great Things' and help inspire our clients and their delegates do the same. We will complete the year having worked with some truly global and inspirational brands."

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