Top 50 Agencies 2016: Grass Roots Meetings & Events (=12)

Grass Roots came equal 12th in C&IT's Top 50 Agencies table, based on its 2015 event-based turnover.

Top 50 Agencies: Grass Roots Meetings & Events
Top 50 Agencies: Grass Roots Meetings & Events

The key stats

Position in last year's table: 11
Key clients:
include Ford, Barclays, BMW
2015 UK event-based turnover: £16m
2015 UK total turnover: 
£280m
2014 UK event-based turnover:
 
£22.7m
2014 UK total turnover: 
£26.2m
Key industry sectors: include financial, pharmaceutical, automotive, IT
Event specialisms: Conferences, meetings, product launches, training, corporate hospitality, awards
Size (UK staff): 176
Management team: Richard Bandell, Grass Roots CEO; David Taylor, managing director of Grass Roots Meetings & Events; Giselle Ripken, director of meetings and events
UK location: London, Fleet
Overseas offices: Madrid, Dusseldorf, Zurich, Singapore, New York
Website:
grassrootsgroup.com
Recent news:
 

Grass Roots appoints strategy director

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