Beetlenut bags blue chip triple

Agency Beetlenut has been re-appointed by three of its biggest client wins of the last twelve months to carry out follow-up work this summer. The Buckinghamshire-based outfit initially secured contracts with ICI, retailer Comet and petrochemical giant Shell in June and July last year and January this year respectively. ICI kicked off with a team-building and motivational programme and Beetlenut will follow this with ICI’s first ‘Global IT Transformation Conference’ for senior managers. The one-day event takes place next month at Tilney Hall in Hampshire. Meanwhile, this September will again see the agency take charge of Comet’s senior managers conference. This year this will take place at the Millbrook automotive proving ground in Bedford during the first week of September 2007 for 350 delegates. The final job win has sees Beetlenut appointed by Shell for a second event next month. Details of the new work are still being finalised, but the move follows a successful first project for Shell by the agency in Barcelona in April. “We are delighted at being re-appointed by these three clients,” said Beetlenut client services director Debbie Bragger. “As an agency we work incredibly hard to amass a great deal of knowledge and a full understanding of our clients businesses and as a result of this, we have built a great deal of trust and mutual respect with them.”

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