Corporate Events reports growth after new client wins

Agency Corporate Events has won 15 new clients, including Newsquest Media Group, NewBay Media and FC Business Intelligence.

 Andy Ashley, managing director of Corporate Events
Andy Ashley, managing director of Corporate Events

Following the wins, the agency has witnessed a 22% increase in its bottom line growth. In the last 12 months, Corporate Events has invested considerably in its internal resource with recruitments in the events, technical and creative departments fuelling the company’s growth.

Andy Ashley, managing director said: "The team have outdone themselves this year. With 15 new clients onboard we have experienced a record breaking number of events in 2016 - on more than one occasion executing 19 events in just one week! Our achievement of double-digit growth this year is testament to the hard work and long hours that each member of the team put in to make every event we do a huge success – a great way to finish off our 20th anniversary year."

The company has also run major events for Muller and drinks brand HEINEKEN, including the company's annual conference earlier this year.


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