Top 50 Agencies 2017: profiles 31-40

Read profiles of agencies ranked 31 to 40 in C&IT's Top 50 Agencies table, based on 2016 UK event-based turnover.

Top 50 Agencies 2017: profiles 31-40
Top 50 Agencies 2017: profiles 31-40

The 31-40 list saw several new entries, including CMM, Inntel and Event Travel Management. Small Planet declined to take part this year, while Top Banana slipped slightly from 33 to joint 36th with TMB Events.

Sledge climbed from 41 to 38, while The Black Tomato Agency went from 36 place to 31. 

The Top 50 Agencies table is ranked by event-based turnover and agencies were asked to provide this figure, along with total UK turnover and pre-tax profit, for their most recent financial year, as reported to Companies House

View and download the full Top 50 Agencies list as a PDF

Profiles to agencies ranked 31-40 can be found below. Click on the links below to read key stats about each agency.

31- The Black Tomato Agency 

32- Event Travel Management 

33-  Reed & Mackay

34- Production Bureau

34- Inntel Group

=36- TMB Events 

=36- Top Banana

38- Sledge 

39- Penguins

40- CMM

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