On CITTV: See the C&IT Cribs video of Venues Event Management's office

See inside Venues Event Management's Swindon office and watch C&IT's exclusive interview with chief executive Anita Lowe.

Venues Event Management: watch the C&IT Cribs video of the Swindon agency's office
Venues Event Management: watch the C&IT Cribs video of the Swindon agency's office

Watch Lowe explain the agency's business plans for the next year.

Venues Event Management is targeting a 10% growth in revenue in the year to May 2010.

Lowe hopes to achieve turnover of £15.5m and pre-tax profits of £100,000 by hitting the target.

Chief executive Anita Lowe said Venues Event Management was targeting two new account wins in the period, one of those is currently at tender stage.

Watch the C&IT Cribs video here.

Read an in depth interview with Lowe here.

Venues Event Management celebrated its 20th anniversary in September with a ‘recognition dinner' that attracted clients including BP, St James's Place, Bupa, The National Trust and MAN Truck and Bus.

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