Absolute Corporate Events wins RPC account

Law firm RPC has appointed Absolute Corporate Events as its venue finding and events production supplier as the agency's managing director Chris Parnham reports a 50% year-on-year increase in turnover for 2014.

Chris Parnham, owner and managing director of Absolute Corporate Events
Chris Parnham, owner and managing director of Absolute Corporate Events

RPC has more than 200 events a year and Absolute Corporate Events will be supporting it with its larger, high profile and external events. The teams are currently working together on its annual Partner Conference and a client hospitality event.

Chris Parnham, owner and managing director of Absolute Corporate Events said: "Growing our law sector is one of our strategic objectives, and I am delighted to be welcoming RPC to our loyal legal portfolio. They have a very exciting brand, and are keen to look at events creatively, which is always more exciting for my team." 

Absolute Corporate Events has also announced a 50% increase in turnover for 2014 compared to 2013, with its profits at a record high. 

"During 2014 we won some significant new business and increased the amount of work we do with our existing clients," said Parnham. "Clients that have only used us for venue finding in the past are now working with us for event management and creative production too." 

As part of its growth strategy for 2015, the agency is planning to add to its team with new recruits, and recently hired Lucy Hay from Zibrant, who has worked in the industry for 15 years. 

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Absolute Corporate Events reports record first quarter

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