Cievents to open new offices in Singapore and Mexico

Agency cievents has announced plans to open new offices in Singapore and Mexico, as it marks its 10th year of operations in the UK.

The agency, which is celebrating its 10th year of operation in the UK market, has grown significantly in the last decade, from hosting 19 events in 2006 to overseeing 176 in 2016.


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Focusing on the future, the agency is continuing to roll out its ten year development plan with new technology, creative services, new offices and an expanding footprint in the corporate MICE market.

Lucy Francis, general manager, cievents, said: "Cievents has always focused on finding the best solution for its clients’ needs, which is where our success lies. Through maintaining our brand values and ensuring clients are at the centre of everything we do, we’ve experienced positive growth. This year we won a number of strategic global accounts across the pharmaceutical, financial services, FMCG and retail sectors and we hope to continue working with new and established clients in the years to come."

More on cievents: 

Cievents opens Toronto office

Cievents appoints senior producer from Sledge

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