Diamond Martini rebrands following account wins

Events agency Diamond Martini has changed its name to Diamond Creative and expects to increase turnover by 20% this year, following account wins including Johnson & Johnson.

Courtney Rogers, founder and managing director at Diamond Creative
Courtney Rogers, founder and managing director at Diamond Creative

Diamond Creative has delivered conferences and product launches for new client Johnson & Johnson in Manchester and Liverpool and is working towards a longer-term relationship with the company with the potential to work together on more events. The agency’s other clients include Ray-Ban and EY.

Courtney Rogers, who founded Diamond Martini in late 2012, told C&IT that the company had chosen to change its name to reflect its ‘end-to-end event production offering’ and that it is growing rapidly, aiming for a 20% growth in turnover this year after recent wins.

"The changes have been driven by growth from our existing client base plus new client wins in the healthcare, property and professional services industries," said Rogers.

Diamond Creative has also launched a new website and moved offices to Oxford Street this past month, to accommodate its expanding team. In July the agency hired Kate Sotheby, who previously worked in the events team at The Walt Disney Company, taking its total number of staff up to four.

Diamond Martini will still exist as a sister brand to Diamond Creative, and will provide cocktail parties and master classes.

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