Kavanagh's share of Jigsaw was bought out by joint owner Mandy Chagger at the end of August. Trinity opened its doors in September and Kavanagh insists the split was amicable. "A lot of partnerships do not last three years, and we are happy with the deal," she said.
Trinity claims it has a unique offer - national and international venue finding with IT solutions thrown in. It hopes to launch a client-focused international database in February in conjunction with an undisclosed partner.
"We are offering a free service with payment based on conversions only and providing much more in the way of IT and e-marketing services," added Kavanagh. "We have a dedicated IT manager so we are able to provide services such as web and intranet sites for clients that they can monitor and have a two-way dialogue with employees."
Trinity is anticipating that the pharmaceutical sector will be a key market. While at Jigsaw, Kavanagh launched a special Pharma Venues incentive scheme.