Production Bureau targets £8m turnover by 2015

Events agency Production Bureau is aiming to grow turnover to £8m by 2015 after investing £750,000 in new headquarters.

Production Bureau aims to hit £8m turnover by 2015
Production Bureau aims to hit £8m turnover by 2015

Production Bureau currently turns over £5.8m a year and is expecting to grow this figure to £6.2m by the end of 2014 and subsequently £8m in 2015.

The growth in turnover is being driven by the agency’s investment in new offices, which will see its 46 Norfolk-based staff move to a new 840sqm warehouse space.

The investment will also help the agency expand its current offering in production and live event services with the introduction of new equipment, technology and IT facilities.

Ian Greenfield, managing director and founder, Production Bureau, said: "Over the past 12 months we have employed ten new staff at our Norfolk and Edinburgh offices.

"We are now starting to look at different sectors to expand our client base, with exhibitions proving to be a growing area that we would like to maximise."

Production Bureau works predominantly with pharmaceutical clients, but also delivers events for companies in the financial and automotive sectors. In April this year it worked on the QAwards for Audi in Oman.

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