Mammoth Events wins three accounts including Lyreco

Mammoth Events, established in July by former Glasgows employees George Thompson and Amanda Gilmour, has secured three accounts - Lyreco, National Union of Teachers and the Fragrance Foundation.

Mammoth Events wins three accounts including Lyreco
Mammoth Events wins three accounts including Lyreco

The Lyreco Sales Convention & the National Union of Teachers Annual Conference will be held at the ACC Liverpool in January and March respectively, whilst the (Fragrance Foundation's) FiFi Awards takes place at The Brewery, London in May.

The 2012 FiFi Awards were attended by Kanye West, Kim Kardashian and Richard E. Grant.

Director Thompson stated: "We’re absolutely delighted and we’re really looking forward to working with all three organisations. The key events for each are quite diverse. A large sales convention and exhibition; an incredibly high profile Union conference and a glamorous A-List awards ceremony."

Director Gilmour added: "Our first six months has been like a dream. The passion for what we’re doing is shining through and our business model has been incredibly well received."

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