Top 50 Agencies 2016: CI Group (47)

Corporate Innovations ranked 47th in C&IT's Top 50 UK agencies table, based on its 2015 UK event-based turnover.

CI Group ranked 47th in C&IT's Top 50 UK agencies table
CI Group ranked 47th in C&IT's Top 50 UK agencies table

The key stats

Position in last year's table: 46 (as Corporate Innovations)
Clients:
including Royal Caribbean, Adobe, McVities, Symantec
2015 UK event-based turnover:
£4m
2015 UK total turnover:
£5m
2015 UK pre-tax profit:
£250,000
2014 UK event-based turnover:
£3.5m
2014 UK total turnover:
£5m
2014 UK pre-tax profit:
£400,000
Key industry sectors: IT (50%), Telecoms (20%), Food & drink (10%), Travel (20%)
Event specialisms: Awards (30%), Incentives (15%), Receptions (5%), Product launches (5%), Meetings & conferences (15%), Roadshows (5%), Training (5%), Teambuilding (5%), Gala dinners (5%), Corporate hospitality (5%), Gala dinners (5%)
UK location: Banbury and London
Staff: 60
Management team: Managing director - David Watt
Website: www.corporateinnovations.co.uk

Recent news:

CI Group records level turnover as net profit falls
CI Group acquires creative agency Ellipsis

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