In2Events reveals plans to rebrand

Agency In2Events has announced plans to refresh its brand, as it aims for a £10m turnover by 2020.

The company, which recorded a turnover of £4.2m for the 2015 financial year and expects to see a 10% increase in 2016, will rebrand later this year with a new logo, design and updated focus.


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In addition to covering targeted internal events, the company aims to expand its communications remit and offer a greater range of large-scale events. The decision has been made after the success of several large events, including Talk Talk and Google DeepMind. Keeping the name In2Events, the agency is expecting to launch its new website in autumn, in line with its 10th anniversary. 

"In2Events is beginning to make a name for itself in the industry so I think it is right that we continue to build on this," said Richard Harper, brand communications manager.

"As an agency we are evolving and moving forward and the brand needs to demonstrate this. It’s not just about a logo and design, it’s about what we say, how we say it and delivering an experience that makes people want to keep working with us."

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