Week in Pictures: Fusion Meetings & Events; Boris Johnson at M; WRG

This week C&IT has snapped Fusion Meetings & Events 5th birthday party, met London Mayor Boris Johnson and debated the role of theatre at WRG's funky London offices.

Week in Pictures: Fusion Meetings & Events; Boris Johnson at M; WRG
Week in Pictures: Fusion Meetings & Events; Boris Johnson at M; WRG
  • Fusion Meetings & Events celebrated its fifth birthday at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Edinburgh

    Fusion Meetings & Events celebrated its fifth birthday at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Edinburgh

  • Experiential agency WRG hosted an intimate industry event at its London office

    Experiential agency WRG hosted an intimate industry event at its London office

  • EVCOM awarded Sir Bruce Forsyth CBE, Sir Alan Parker CBE and Lord Digby Jones with EVCOM Fellowship Awards.

    EVCOM awarded Sir Bruce Forsyth CBE, Sir Alan Parker CBE and Lord Digby Jones with EVCOM Fellowship Awards.

  • The flagship Twickenham Pavilion experience will be at the heart of an innovative hospitality programme for the Rugby World Cup 2015

    The flagship Twickenham Pavilion experience will be at the heart of an innovative hospitality programme for the Rugby World Cup 2015

  • Mayor of London Boris Johnson arriving at the new offices of agency M in London

    Mayor of London Boris Johnson arriving at the new offices of agency M in London

  • Boris greets his former marketing director Daniel Ritterband who now works at M

    Boris greets his former marketing director Daniel Ritterband who now works at M

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Fusion Meetings & Events is celebrating its fifth birthday this month and to recognise the milestone, the agency held a party for clients, staff, family and friends at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Edinburgh. The company is about to open an office in central London and is exploring new worldwide office locations in Europe and the US.

Experiential agency WRG hosted an intimate industry event for staff and clients on Monday (6 October) at its London office to discuss the role theatre plays in business and events.

EVCOM awarded Sir Bruce Forsyth CBE, Sir Alan Parker CBE and Lord Digby Jones EVCOM Fellowship Awards for their contribution to the communication industries at a lunch at the House of Lords on Tuesday.

Mayor of London Boris Johnson officially opened the new offices of agency M in London on Wednesday, as it revealed details of its new consultancy brand, Resonance.

With less than one year to go until Rugby World Cup 2015 kicks off, RTH, the official hospitality provider for the tournament, this week unveiled pictures of the Twickenham Pavilion experience – a purpose-built, luxury hospitality facility will be located adjacent to Twickenham Stadium, which will cover the equivalent of one and a half rugby pitches.

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