Five agencies to watch in 2016: How did they fare?

C&IT picked 'five agencies to watch' at the start of the year. We caught up with all of them to find out how business went in 2016.

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In December, C&IT shared interviews with five exciting agencies that should be on the radar for 2016. These include global firm Ashfield Meetings & Events, teambuilding specialists Chillisauceexpanding agency The Appointment Group, established agency Banks Sadler and start-up,Venues and Events International.

All the companies were chosen for their success in 2015, and anticipation of growth ahead. This week, C&IT will catch up with all five agencies interviewed at the end of last year, to find out whether they met their goals and their growth strategy for the year ahead. First up, the start-up company, Venues and Events International. 


 

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Five agencies to watch in 2016: Ashfield Meetings & Events

Five agencies to watch in 2016: Chillisauce

Five agencies to watch in 2016: The Appointment Group

Five agencies to watch in 2016: Banks Sadler

Five agencies to watch in 2016: Venues and Events International

 

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