Top Banana Team projects turnover growth

The Bath agency's turnover has been boosted by work for Carphone Warehouse

Top Banana Team office in Bath
Top Banana Team office in Bath

Top Banana Team is projecting that its turnover will have grown by £1m to £3.5m in the year to 31 January 2009.

This will mark the eighth consecutive year of growth for the Bath-based agency.

Among the events run by Top Banana Team this year is the Wireless Camp for Carphone Warehouse during which the agency worked with telecoms training specialist Verridian to organise 62 training events over eight weeks in the UK for 6,000 employees.

2009 is set to be another solid year, with the agency winning several major pieces of business, including the annual conference for the National Network for Learning Disability Nurses on June 29 and 30 at Robinson College Cambridge.

It is also organising the Fisher & Paykel-sponsored Care Conference 2009, which is being held at Selsdon Park on 5-7 July and should attract 200 delegates and 30 exhibitors.

Top Banana Team director Pete Saunders said: "Top Banana Team's continued success is down to demonstrating great value for money, and a tangible return on investment all wrapped up in enthusiasm and good customer service."

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