LG chooses Brand & Deliver for 2017

Technology giant LG has renewed its events contract with Brand & Deliver for a 12 month period.

Hayley Lawrence
Hayley Lawrence

Brand & Deliver will provide content and production services to LG’s Home Entertainment and Home Appliances divisions, including internal and trade events.

The agency has also been contracted for a further twelve months to manage LG Lounge, the interactive, gamified learning platform for training and engaging retail staff.

Commenting on the win, Hayley Lawrence, director of events at Brand & Deliver, said: "We’ve worked with LG for a number of years and thoroughly enjoy their innovative, creative approach. I’m delighted that they have chosen to renew our events contract for another year and enabled us to continue creating an army of loyal brand ambassadors through our work with LG Lounge."

Carolyn Anderson, marketing director at LG, added: "Brand & Deliver are a great fit for us, bringing professionalism, creativity and vision to our events. I look forward to building on this with more show stopping events throughout 2017."

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