DRP

With plans to double the size of its turnover to £30m by 2017, DRP is looking to build on its most successful year in 2013.

DRP
DRP

Who?

Founded in 1980 by group CEO Dale Parmenter, DRP is a creative events agency with offices in London, Worcestershire and Leeds.

Why shine the light?

DRP announced ambitious plans this year to double the size of the business by 2017 and increase its staff from 147 to 250 ahead of its rebrand from DRP Group to DRP.

As well as this, DRP was crowned Agency of the Year at the 2014 C&IT Excellence Awards after recording it’s most successful year in 2013. The agency also picked up Automotive Event of the Year and Grocery, Drinks & Household Event of the Year.

Client list

Sainsburys, Jaguar Land Rover, Lloyds Banking Group, Bank of Scotland, JCB, NCH Europe are all amongst DRP's extensive and sector-wide client list.

More:

Watch DRP CEO Dale Parmenter share his elation after picking up a hat-trick of gongs at the C&IT Awards 2014

DRP wins contract with NCH Europe

In the Spotlight: Emma Collins, DRP Group

DRP's Dale Parmenter awarded West Midlands SME Director of the Year

 


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