TMB Events rebrands production division

TMB Events has rebranded its production and entertainment division to bring consistency throughout the business, which works with clients including Audi, Wella and Homebase.

TMB works with clients including Audi
TMB works with clients including Audi
TMB Entertainment was formerly known as Fanfare 3000 but has now been relaunched with a new brand identity that aligns it with the TMB Events business, based in Oxfordshire.

The 'hot pink' and 'aqua' design theming now runs throughout the business, which expanded when TMB Events bought Fanfare 3000 in 2010, and is set to record a turnover of £5m this calendar year, according to TMB Events managing director Brian Kenworthy.

Meanwhile, TMB Entertainment division general manager Belinda Mines said the "rebrand couldn't come at a better time for us and our clients".

"We can now demonstrate in a compelling way our capabilities, our recent work and our enthusiasm for creating perfect events," added Mines. "Once Halloween is over we will be busy infusing with Christmas magic dozens of venues across the UK."

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