Venues and Events International reveals 13 new clients

Agency Venues and Events International has secured more than 13 client wins in its first six months of operation, including Bupa and Wates.

The company, which was set up by Anita Lowe in March to provide venue finding and event services, has also secured contracts with Connect Group, Everywoman, GIST, Priory Group, QA, Ricardo-AEA, Solutions 4 Business, Sopra Steria, Thames Valley Capital, Intuit and Torchlight.

Venues and Events International's founder and chief executive, Anita Lowe, said: "’We are absolutely delighted with how the business is growing. It has exceeded all of our expectations. Our first six months have been phenomenally exciting and successful, where we’ve managed to consolidate some brilliant wins. 

"The future for Venues and Events International is looking very bright indeed. Most of our business has been centred around full event management, venue-finding and newer areas like creative design and event production."

She added that the agency had been doing a huge amount of work internationally, with oversees venue finding services in high demand. 

The agency has also formed partnerships with several other companies as part of its expansion, including Zing, Creative Example, Ignite, iVent, ieLive, TableArt and Best Parties Ever. 

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