HGA appointed by Brakes and NHBC

Agency HGA has been selected to run a supplier conference for food wholesaler Brakes and an awards event for the National House Building Council (NHBC).

The two-day supplier conference for Brakes will take place at Beaumont House in Windsor for 300 people in November. It is the third time the agency has been chosen to run the conference, which will include an awards dinner and a marquee housing a food court in the grounds.


See also: 

HGA grows business development team 

HGA launches event pulse technology


In addition to this event, HGA has also been chosen to run an awards programme for home building guarantee provider the National House Building Council (NHBC), after being added to the company’s roster earlier this year. This follows the successful completion of a series of roadshows through the Autumn.

The Star Awards will be held at the Marriott Grosvenor in London for 200 people in December

Live events director, Ian Grime, said: "We are delighted to be working on these two events. It highlights the great relationship we have with both companies."

More:

HGA hires head of business development from WRG

HGA doubles size of events team after series of account wins

HGA Creative to deliver events for Brakes Food and Nutricia

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