Chew Events increases turnover by 25%

Agency Chew Events has announced a turnover of £750,000 for the 2015 financial year, up 25% on the previous year.

Chew Events increases turnover by 25%
Chew Events increases turnover by 25%

Launched in 2014 by Matt Curran and Richard Brown, the company has chosen to operate across a range of sectors, working on a wide selection of projects for new clients. Following the success of this year's results, Curran said the company is aiming to match the 25% growth in 2016 and double it the following year. 

"We have procured a variety of new one-off large scale events, and also secured a place on the preferred supplier list for a leading client in the food and beverage market which has brought us new leads," said Matt Curran, director at Chew Events.

"We have also been working on private events, which has opened up a different avenue to that of our professional backgrounds. Our corporate hospitality has also seen a steady growth with highlights including signing a two-year exclusive deal with Motor Sport Magazine to sell and deliver all the corporate hospitality packages at the annual Motor Sport Hall of Fame Awards."

The agency, which specialises in providing ‘the personal touch’, is aiming to grow the team and secure repeat events with the corporate firms it already works with.

"Chew hit the ground running working with existing clients, brought onboard by both Rich and myself so it was important to grow the team to ensure we could consistently deliver, but also seek new business and relationships," explained Curran.

"We strive to work closely with clients in achieving an unforgettable experience for their event attendees. We hope to not only expand our team but have an appetite to work with some new businesses and people."

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