Venues and Events agrees six strategic partnerships

Anita Lowe's new agency Venues and Events has agreed six more strategic partnerships, bringing the total number of companies offering its services to seven.

Venue and Events' strategic partners
Venue and Events' strategic partners

After partnering with design and technology firm Creative Example in May, the agency has now agreed to work with Ignite, iVent, Best Parties Ever, ieLive, an unnamed team events company and a leading business travel company.

The new partnerships allow Venues and Events to offer, via its partners, services including a range of indoor and outdoor teambuilding activities, virtual event and webcasting platforms, production, management, lighting and entertainment, as well as catering.

Venues and Events’ founder and chief executive Anita Lowe said: "When people form partnerships and collaborate, great things can be achieved, so we’re thrilled to have our magnificent seven partners now onboard. Clients need to know that the products they’re buying have real expertise and experience behind them. All of our partners are market leaders in their field and we look forward to combining our knowledge, innovative approach and creativity to produce fantastic programmes for our clients."

Crispin Spalding, managing director of Ignite, added: "In the context of a busy business world where it’s difficult to get people out to a training venue, it’s better if I can integrate my services and expertise into existing conferences, workshops and event programmes as a value-add to wider team building and content programmes. This is what Ignite will be doing with Venues & Events and I’m delighted to be a part of the family."

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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