Sleek Events expands following £1m turnover increase

Sleeks Events has moved to new premises following a recent win with Canonical and an increase in turnover to £1,147,677 from £50,000 for the year ending 31 July 2016.

Jennifer Davidson
Jennifer Davidson

Sleek Events was formed in February 2013 and commenced trading in August 2015. Prior to this the agency’s founder Jennifer Davidson acted a sole trader.

Since 2015 Davidson has taken on additional staff, growing the agency from one to six employees.The agency has also recently taken on its first placement student graduate as a full-time employee.

Davidson has previously worked as an events executive since 2009, including roles at a property franchise and with UK tech giant, Gartner.

Commenting on the new premises Davidson said: "It’s very rare for all six employees to be at the office at once but my home office was getting a bit cramped! Our new office in Richmond has the potential to accommodate a team of ten.

"My daily goal is to make clients’ lives easier by creating exceptional and memorable events and having fun with it."

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