Ex-Speakeasy planner launches agency

Courtney Rogers, previously head of business development at Speakeasy, has launched agency Diamond Martini.

Ex-Speakeasy planner launches start-up
Ex-Speakeasy planner launches start-up

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Based in London’s Regent Street, the events company is currently in talks with a major jewellery company and has events booked for clients from sectors including financial and luxury wealth.

"We have three corporate Christmas parties booked in already," said Diamond Martini managing director Courtney Rogers. "We’re deconstructing the norm by moving away from the template event formulas that have become clichéd. We’re putting a twist on the traditional and bringing the unexpected to events."

Diamond Martini also offers additional services including a martini cocktail making workshop with an emphasis on quality ingredients.

Rogers has previously worked at agencies including Aspect and The Live Group.

See our gallery for pictures from the agency launch.

 


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