Penguins wins Teoxane training

Event agency Penguins has been selected by Teoxane, an industry leader in facial aesthetics, to deliver creative production services at the company's Advanced Training Day.

Sally Pinnock
Sally Pinnock

The event will see over 200 aesthetic professionals come together to engage with the Teoxane brand and products, benefiting from advanced training and professional support.

Penguins is celebrating its 30th anniversary creating and delivering live events this year.

Commenting on the win, Sally Pinnock, business development manager at Penguins said: "It is always such a pleasure to work with companies such as Teoxane, who understand the true value live communications have on achieving corporate objectives.

"With innovation and safety being the highest priorities for Teoxane, it is important that their training day reflects this, which is why they have partnered with Penguins."

Jordan Sheals of Teoxane added:  "We're delighted to be working with Penguins on our biggest Teoxane Expert Day in the UK yet. The team’s support and creative ideas have been second to none and we're confident that, together, we can deliver a truly exceptional production for our guests."

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