Top 50 Agencies 2016: Absolute Corporate Events (50)

Absolute Corporate Events ranked 50th in C&IT's Top 50 UK agencies table, based on its 2015 UK event-based turnover.

Top 50 Agencies 2015: Absolute Corporate Events (50)
Top 50 Agencies 2015: Absolute Corporate Events (50)

The key stats

Position in last year's table: 48
Clients:
including RPC, UBS, Johnson & Johnson
2015 UK event-based turnover:
£3.72m
2015 UK total turnover:
£3.72m
2015 UK pre-tax profit:
£75,460
2014 UK event-based turnover:
£3.27m
2014 UK total turnover:
£3.27m
2014 UK pre-tax profit:
£92,000
Key industry sectors:
Financial services (25%), Professional services (10%), IT (15%), Electronics (20%), Automotive (5%), Pharma (5%), Food & Drink (10%), Retail (5%), Telecoms (5%)
Event specialisms:
Conferences (60%), Incentives (25%), Awards (5%), Christmas parties (5%), Gala dinners (5%)
UK location:
Chesterfield
Staff:
17
Management team:
Managing director - Chris Parnham, co-directors Angie Mason, Jacquie Freer and Jill Fleming
Website:
www.absolutecorporateevents.com
Recent news: Absolute Corporate Events expands team after record year
Agency Partnerships: Absolute Corporate Events

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