Karen Millen appoints NYS Corporate

Fashion brand Karen Millen has appointed agency NYS Corporate to manage its conferences, events and travel across Europe.

Karen Millen appoints NYS Corporate
Karen Millen appoints NYS Corporate

NYS Corporate will provide a single-source solution for Karen Millen’s events and travel for its retail and head office staff across the UK and Europe. The agency will manage venue finding and event management support as well as all online and offline rail, air, hotel and ancillary travel bookings.


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The win comes after a competitive tender process that took place between June and September 2015.  When asked why they ultimately chose NYS, Karen Millen’s Retail Operations Manager for UK and Europe said: "We chose NYS Corporate because it provided a global solution for our business. Both store and head office staff can book travel easily from the portal and we have greater visibility of reporting and expenditure.

"The helpful NYS team are always available at the end of the phone or email, and if a query arises we have a lovely account manager who is very knowledgeable and on hand with any issues I have. The main benefit is the overall savings we will make as a business, the LFL analysis of travel patterns as we bring the business in alliance with how travel is booked."

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