Venues and Events International wins Engie contract

UK event agency is preferred meeting supplier for French natural gas and energy company.

Venues and Events International has won a contract to become the preferred supplier for meetings for French energy and natural gas company Engie.

The Swindon-based agency has worked with the renewable energy supplier for four years on its annual Excellence Awards but this contract marks an expansion in the business relationship.

"Having worked with Venues and Events International for the last four years we’re delighted that they have been successful as a result of our tender process," said Marcus Ritchie, category manager at Engie. 

"They put together a response that made commercial sense for our business as well as allowing them to continue offering us a highly personalised and consultative service to our stakeholders."

Anita Lowe, chief executive for Venues and Events International added: "We’re thrilled to be working with Engie. It’s fantastic to be in partnership with such a well-respected name in the industry and we look forward to engaging with their stakeholders more than ever."

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