HSBC, Aston Martin and Tesco among new clients for ABC Events

Falkirk-based ABC Events has witnessed a 25% rise in business since the company rebranded just over a year ago, attracting new clients including British Gas, Aston Martin, Tesco and Sky.

ABC Events' Bob Scott
ABC Events' Bob Scott

Bob Scott took over the events company in December 2014, with a vision of transforming the business from equipment hire to full event creation and management. With a particular focus on the Scottish market, the agency has gained clients across the oil, gas, financial, automotive and telecommunication industries, including Porsche, Standard Life, HSBC and First Direct. Most recently, ABC Events has been named as preferred supplier for Norwich City football club.

"2015 was an amazing year for ABC Events and the team," said director Scott. "We have worked hard to establish ourselves within Scotland and it has certainly paid off.

"Our year two plan was always to put a greater focus on the rest of the UK, so when the opportunity arose with Norwich City we couldn’t say no. The facilities are fantastic and lend themselves well to indoor teambuilding, awards ceremonies, conferences and so much more. The steps we have taken in the last year as a company are amazing and I can’t wait to see where 2016 takes us."

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