MGN Events expands team after 36% growth in turnover

Agency MGN Events has taken on two staff members and moved to bigger premises as its business grows.

Mike Walker, managing director of MGN Events
Mike Walker, managing director of MGN Events

The agency announced that its turnover is currently up 36% on last year’s figures, and has increase by more than 270% in the past three years.

This has allowed for the team to grow, and it has recently taken on two project assistants to bolster the team on the events management side. The company has also had to move to larger premises, having grown from two staff to six since it started six years previously.

Mike Walker, managing director of MGN Events, said: "We are delighted that the business continues to grow so fast but we have known for some time that we needed more space. 

"We have big plans for the future as we continue to grow the most successful parts of our operation: event management, production and high end private and corporate parties.  The new building and new staff give us the capability and space to develop and grow the business over the coming years."

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