Clive announces new Dublin office

London-based event agency Clive has opened a new office in Dublin, creating three full-time roles with plans for additional appointments later this year.

Clive announces new Dublin office
Clive announces new Dublin office

The agency, which works with brands such as Facebook, Instagram, BT and Virgin Media, decided to launch a new operation in the Irish capital following signifcant growth in business in the region, which includes new business with LinkedIn to support the company's Central Western Europe Marketing team with a range of live events and digital content creation initiatives.

Conferences, incentive travel, experiential activiations and pop-up events will be the core of Clive's business in Dublin.

The launch of the new office has been overseen by director, brand & creative Sean Doyle who said: "We see a big opportunity in the Irish market; many of our existing clients’ European headquarters are based in Dublin and it’s their feedback - that they would love an agency like Clive operating locally - that has driven the development of our new Irish operation.

"We’ve had the opportunity to produce some of our proudest work for clients here, so we’re thrilled to be officially putting down our Irish roots and expanding the team with the opening of our Dublin office."        
Head of client services (Ireland) Robyn Church will lead the new team following her move from Convetion Centre Dublin. Church added: "The events industry in Ireland is undergoing a seismic shift, as global brands operating out of Dublin demand more sophisticated event solutions for face-to- face communications.                                                                                                                                 
"Event management, production and logistics come second nature to Clive, but what we believe makes us different to event management and production companies is our proven expertise in creative message delivery.                                                                                                                                                    
Recent projects the agency has helped deliver include an installation for Facebook at the Data Summit, Dublin, as well as the social media giant's Boost Your Business European Tour.                                             
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