The key stats
Position in last year's table: 1
Key clients: including Three, Redken, BMW
2015 UK event-based turnover: £17.6m
2015 UK total turnover: £17.6m
2015 UK pre-tax profit: £800,000
2014 UK event-based turnover: £70m
2014 UK total turnover: £70m
2014 UK pre-tax profit: £450,000
Motivcom 2014 UK event-based turnover: £80m
Motivcom 2014 UK total turnover: £250m
Sector specialisms: including automotive, food & drink, financial services, pharmaceutical, IT and telecoms
Event specialisms: Conferences (24%), congresses (9%), incentives (25%), meetings (21%), product launches (13%), Roadshows (3%), Awards (2%), Training (2%)
Size (UK staff number): 140
UK location: Milton Keynes, Derby, Faversham, Godalming, Derby, London
Management team: Nigel Cooper - chairman & owner, Fay Sharpe - managing director
The key stats
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