Penguins wins contract with The Berkeley Partnership

Agency Penguins has won a contract to produce The Berkeley Partnership's programme of events for the next seven years.

Aimee Woodley, Penguins business development manager
Aimee Woodley, Penguins business development manager

Penguins will be providing full event management and logistics services for the management consultancy company during the course of the contract, which is expected to include more than 35 large events for 300 people.

Aimee Woodley, Penguins business development manager, said: "We are proud to be working with The Berkeley Partnership, a company with whom we feel we have many synergies."

Hadley Baldwin, partner at The Berkeley Partnership, added: "Getting the right events partner was an important decision for us. In our search we have been impressed by the creativity, rigorous execution and value for money Penguins demonstrated through our selection process."

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