In2Events expands team ahead of rebrand

In2Events has expanded its team with a new senior project manager, as it prepares to launch its rebrand next week.

Luke Newton brings more than 15 years of experience to the role, working on a range of integrated marketing communications projects and live events. He has experience covering a wide range of sectors including technology, finance, entertainment, sports, retail, pharmaceuticals, health and veterinary science. 


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With the rebrand kicking off this month, In2Events is expecting to increase its turnover by 10%.

"I am more excited than ever before with the changes that are happening at In2Events," said managing director Gavin Farley. "Coming off the back of our most successful year to date we knew we had to continue pushing forward. Going into our 10th year we have been picking up award nominations, picking up some great new clients and driving the agency into new territories. The employment of Luke further underlines our ambitions and he will be a great asset to the team." 

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