Penguins Events picked for Ryman, Robert Dyas and Boux Avenue conference

Theo Paphitis Retail Group has appointed Penguins Events to deliver the annual conference for its three brands, Ryman Stationery, Robert Dyas and Boux Avenue.

Mark Buist MD at Penguins Events
Mark Buist MD at Penguins Events

The October conference, which will be held across three days and encompass all three brands within the group, will welcome a total of 700 delegates.

It is the fourth consecutive year that Penguins Events has been chosen to organise the conference, with each event running under a theme which is designed to bring the brands to life.

Anna Leach, group events manager at Theo Paphitis Retail Group, said: "we have developed such a fantastic relationship with Penguins Events we couldn’t imagine going anywhere else. They take our events from creative concept to completion with such renewed vigour each year; they are a pleasure to work with."

Mark Buist, MD at Penguins Events, said: "We are delighted that Theo Paphitis Retail Group has selected Penguins for the fourth consecutive year; we have developed a great creative partnership with TPRG which is delivering great results."

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