Concerto Live reports 27% profit increase

Events agency Concerto Live has reported a 27% increase in profit for the 2014/15 financial year after 'important client wins'.

Concerto Live reports 27% profit increase
Concerto Live reports 27% profit increase

The agency also reported that its turnover is now in excess of £10m. It cited the key factors for its growth as important client wins, key account management and commitment to clients.

Sean Doyle, head of creative services at Concerto Live, said: "We’ve always committed to put creative thinking and innovation at the heart of everything we do as an agency as we believe that this, along with operational excellence, sets us apart. We’re delighted that this is a formula that is clearly paying off, not only demonstrated by these excellent financial results, but with the fantastic talent we’re attracting to the agency and the great brands we’re getting the opportunity to talk to.

"Over 200 senior brand and communications professionals recently signed up to attend our Inspiration Station Live event, to learn about using the latest technology to communicate at live events. Things have definitely stepped up a gear this year and it’s a very exciting time for us all." 

The agency’s managing director Nick Robinson added: "We have ambitious plans to continue to reinvest in the business in terms of quality talent, research and technology innovations, so are expecting an even more exciting year this year."

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