Panduit appoints Bray Leino

Global IT manufacturer Panduit has re-appointed events agency Bray Leino to organise its EMEA Partner Conference in 2015.

Panduit appoints Bray Leino
Panduit appoints Bray Leino

Bray Leino will provide event management, venue-finding services, design, logistics, production and entertainment sourcing for Panduit's annual three-day EMEA Partner Conference 2015 for resellers of the company's IT and telecommunications infrastructure equipment. 

Bray Leino has worked on the event for four years, which usually takes place each September for around 300 delegates.

This year, Bray Leino delivered Panduit's EMEA Partner Conference in Rome in August at the Hilton Waldorf Astoria. The Panduit 2013 event took place in Valletta, Malta.

Matt Henkes, marketing manager at Bray Leino, said the event aims to "wow its EMEA partner community, engage in a two-way conversation about how they can be more effective together and facilitate peer-to-peer networking."

Amanda MacDonald, head of marketing, EMEA, Panduit Europe, added: "Each year this event receives outstanding reviews and just gets better and better. This is mainly down to the professional team at Bray Leino. I’m always sad when the event finishes as it is a joy working with them. They make you feel part of the team and ensure we feel relaxed that everything will go great on the night."

Bray Leino has also been retained by Oasis Dental Care to deliver its 2015 annual conference and awards event for 700 staff and dentists. The agency, which has been working with Oasis for five years, will provide full event services, venue research, logistics, production, AV, design, production, management and delivery. 

This summer, Bray Leino helped Castrol to reward its top distributors at the Brazil World Cup 'summit'.

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