Penguins Events plans to move offices in line with growth

Agency Penguins Events is moving into a new office space, following growth in the last 12 months.

Mark Buist, managing director at Penguins Events
Mark Buist, managing director at Penguins Events

The company, which works with clients including Ryman, Robert Dyas, British Airways, Laithwaites Wine and Boux Avenue, has expanded its team from 15 to 20 in the past year, and anticipates further growth.

The new office will open in September in Windsor, close to the agency’s last premises, and is in line with the company’s vision of being ‘an inspirational agency’. Featuring quirky additions such as an office slide, the new space has been designed to maximise creativity.  

Mark Buist, managing director at Penguins Events, said:"Last year saw the Penguins team grow by five to a core team of 20. Strengthening our team in key areas including creative production, event management and marketing.

"It is great to be making the announcement of the purchase of our new building in the first week of our new financial year. This acquisition provides us with the physical platform to expand key areas of the business such as digital and incentive travel and therefore accelerating us towards our 2020 growth plan."

More:

Tech and pharma wins help Penguins achieve record profit

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

Agency XSEM expands after Nisa win

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