Top 50 Agencies 2016: Banks Sadler (=2)

Banks Sadler ranked equal 2nd in C&IT's Top 50 Agencies table, based on its 2016 event-based turnover.

Top 50 Agencies 2016: Banks Sadler (=2)
Top 50 Agencies 2016: Banks Sadler (=2)

The key stats

Position in last year's table: 2
Clients: Include SBM (Saudi Business Machines)
2016 UK event-based turnover: £36.2m
2016 UK total turnover: £36.2m
2016 UK pre-tax prfit: £1.75m
2015 UK event-based turnover: £34.6m
2015 UK total turnover: £34.6m
Key industry sectors: including automotive, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, IT, financial services, energy
Event specialisms: Meetings, conferences, incentives, roadshows, product launches and training
Size (UK staff): 197
UK locations: London, Windsor, York
Overseas offices: Paris, Dusseldorf, New York, Shanghai
Management team: CEO - Leigh Jagger
Website: www.banks-sadler.com
Recent news: 

AMEX GBT acquires Banks Sadler
Banks Sadler records 32% profit increase
Banks Sadler to deliver SBM incentive in Warsaw


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