Chew partners with REVIV London for pop-up concept

Events agency Chew has partnered with REVIV Wellness Clinic to bring its treatments to the events industry through pop-ups.

Chew will bring Reviv Wellness Clinic treatments to the events industry
Chew will bring Reviv Wellness Clinic treatments to the events industry

Chew will roll out REVIV’s treatments through mobile units and pop-up centres at various types of events including conferences, launches, exhibitions, parties and festivals.

Organisers will be able to book the pop-ups for their events and can choose from the treatment menu in advance. Fully-trained REVIV physicians will attend the event to administer the treatments on the day. 

The treatments include energy boosters and vitamin shots and are designed to hydrate and restore vitamin levels and energy to the recipient.

Matthew Curran, director at Chew, said: "We are excited to work with REVIV and bring its product range to the industry. Pampering treatments are readily available at events, from massages to manicures. As an agency we want to be at the forefront of innovation and see the potential of offering REVIV treatments to event organisers and corporate buyers who want to add a new, alternative element to their events. With REVIV treatments, attendees can enjoy an enriching event experience as their energy levels get a boost. It’s a great way to incorporate a feel-good sensory guest experience."

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