Full-service agency SEE launches

Service Events & Exhibitions (SEE), a new division of the St Ives Group-owned printer Service Graphics, has launched as an international full-service events and communications agency.

Peter White, business development manager, SEE
Peter White, business development manager, SEE

SEE, which already counts Spotify, National Grid and Appnexus among its clients, will offer creative production services, live events services and meetings. It also works on behalf of Rolls-Royce and GSK, and several other blue-chip brands.

The majority of the agency’s work is business-to-business, although it also does internal and business-to-consumer events.

SEE has 14 staff members, with its recruits including new business development manager Peter White, who has more than 20 years’ experience in international meetings, incentives, conference and event planning, production and management across the United States, Europe and his native South Africa.

Vince Russell, event director at SEE, said: "Within SEE’s team there is a wealth of experience covering all aspects of live communication channels, designed to engage audiences, promote organisations and deliver ideas. We create and deliver across the spectrum of communications and live events and are delighted to have Peter join the team as we grow the company in 2015 and beyond.

"The size and reach of SEE, our group companies and our parent company St Ives Group provides the ability to deliver consistently high-quality events driven by the SEE creative team. We’re excited about growing our presence in this space in the UK and beyond."

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles
and free email bulletins.

Register now
Already registered?
Sign in

Freeman APAC appoints new head of creative services

Freeman APAC appoints new head of creative services

The award-winning creative will lead the agency’s experiential campaigns for the Asia Pacific region.

5 bad leadership habits to avoid when managing a team remotely

5 bad leadership habits to avoid when managing a team remotely

Don't let certain behaviours slip into your leadership style unchecked, says CEO of Authentic Change Solutions.

How to take your events outdoors

How to take your events outdoors

MD of Gazeboshop explains how to make the most of outdoor facilities and comply with social distancing.

LIVE UPDATES: Norway allows business travellers from Nordic neighbours

LIVE UPDATES: Norway allows business travellers from Nordic neighbours

Find out which countries are on partial or national lockdown, what travel restrictions are in place and what size gatherings are allowed.

How coronavirus will affect financing in the hospitality sector

How coronavirus will affect financing in the hospitality sector

The best course of action for any borrower is to find out what flexibility there is, says legal expert James Stripe.

RSVP podcast Ep1: Accidental nudity, selfish people and lullabies from Adele

RSVP podcast Ep1: Accidental nudity, selfish people and lullabies from Adele

Guests reveal their best experiences and react to anonymous industry confessions in our first-ever podcast for event and travel professionals.

Why Copenhagen is the perfect destination post-pandemic

Denmark's capital is walkable, clean, sustainable – and most importantly, happy

Can biosecurity teams save events?

Can biosecurity teams save events?

The industry will need a range of biosecurity measures if physical events are to return soon, says Smyle's Matt Holliday.

'We miss exhausted grins, red-eye flights and bad coffee': 15 love letters to events

'We miss exhausted grins, red-eye flights and bad coffee': 15 love letters to events

Industry insiders share what they miss most about live events while they are stuck at home.

Hong Kong Convention Centre holds first event since lockdown

Hong Kong Convention Centre holds first event since lockdown

The venue put stringent hygiene measures and body temperature screening in place to hold a three-day exhibition.