Anita Lowe's new agency partners with Creative Example

Venues and Events, the agency set up by former Capita Travel & Events director Anita Lowe, has entered a joint venture with design and technology firm Creative Example.

Anita Lowe and the team at Creative Example
Anita Lowe and the team at Creative Example
The Northampton-based business delivers conference and exhibition solutions, for clients including Debenhams, Screwfix, CTI Sherpa, IHG and Gymshark.

One of the objectives of the venture will be focus on trialling presentation technology that will enable meeting planners to show presentations across multiple iPads, negating the need for large, expensive audio-visual solutions.

Anita Lowe, founder and chief executive of Venues and Events, said the partnership is the first of several planned joint venture agreements involving suppliers who can add benefit to the Venues and Events offering.

"We’re delighted to be working with Creative Example and its team of inspiring and innovative individuals. The wealth of experience and ideas they’ll bring to the table will be of huge benefit to our client solutions," she commented.

Gareth Waughington, innovations director at Creative Example, said: "Creative Example believe that joint ventures and partnering with other companies in various sectors to deliver creative services is the best way to achieve the desired business objectives. We look forward to working with Anita and her team and alongside further partners in the future."

Lowe set up Swindon-based agency Venues and Events in March after her surprise exit from Bluehat Group, the agency that she joined in January to head up its new Venues and Events division.


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