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Global reach underpins growth at Emc3

London-based company opened office in Lagos, Nigeria in 2014, and has reported 70 per cent growth

Pictured: Emc3's new recruits vents assistant Hannah Lumley and junior graphic designer Benjamin Graland

Investment in talent, increased global presence and a series of partnerships worldwide has helped Emc3 report year on year growth of 70 per cent.

The London headquarters of the event agency has added two new recruits, events assistant Hannah Lumley and junior graphic designer Benjamin Graland. 

Emc3 also has bases in San Diego, Boston and Lagos – which opened in 2014 and has helped underpin the agency’s growth.

Events in the last 12 months have included an incentive to Ibiza for HP and Softcat and the LinkedIn Talent Connect Conference at ExCeL. 

Director Daniel Curtis said: “We have spent the last three years investing in talent and building a strong network of partners in all aspects of event planning and management around the world. We have also reached out to more global markets with our existing clients and some fantastic new clients.”

Lumley has arrived at Emc3 with experience at KPMG, Saville Consulting and Milkround. While working for a corporate events company during her placement year at Bournemouth University, she was a lead representative, assisting speakers from organisations such as the NHS, universities and Deloitte. Meanwhile, Graland has social media experience and has spent three years at Apple as a workshop specialist.

Senior account manager Anita Engebretsen said: “Ben, in his short time with us, has already produced some incredible work.” 

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