EXCLUSIVE: Herbert Smith Freehills appoints drp

Law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has chosen agency drp for a four-year events contract following a competitive tender.

Herbert Smith Freehills' head office
Herbert Smith Freehills' head office

The agency will produce the company’s regional and global practice group and partner conferences portfolio.

The new contract, which was won after a competitive tendering process, will draw upon all of drp’s creative services across the business including design, communication, digital interaction, production, content development and execution of events.


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Andrew Rumble, BD, Lead, Events at Herbert Smith Freehills, said: "As a firm, our vision is to be a world class professional services business, bringing together the best people to achieve the best results for clients. This vision extends to strategic partnerships such as this one; we look forward to working with drp’s leading team to deliver an exceptional range of conferences across the regions in which we operate."

Paul Nicholls, business development director at drp, added: "We are delighted to have the opportunity to partner with Herbert Smith Freehills on their next phase of conferences across the globe. A key focus will be on a brand approach and consistently high quality, value based experiences for delegates across all events and associated interactions. We hope this will be the start of a mutually successful ongoing relationship with Herbert Smith Freehills and we are delighted to be partnering with this industry leading firm."

Herbert Smith Freehills is an international law firm with 26 offices across Asia Pacific, EMEA and North America.

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