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In2Events win Google, Epson accounts in 10th anniversary year

Portsmouth agency reveals plans for future growth as it celebrates birthday milestone

Pictured: The leadership team of In2Events

In2Events says its 10th anniversary year has been one of its most successful yet, following some major account wins and a small rebrand.

The Portsmouth events agency has won contracts with Google DeepMind, Epson and Autodesk this year and says it hopes to carry on expanding with a 10 per cent target to grow turnover year on year. By 2020 it aims to hit £10 million turnover.

It comes as the agency marks its 10-year milestone this year, with a series of events culminating with one big celebration in spring next year. It has also refreshed its branding, with subtle changes to its logo and a new website.

Richard Harper, brand communications manager, said: "In2Events is beginning to make a name for itself in the industry and we are looking to continue building on this. As an agency we are constantly evolving and moving forward and our brand needs to demonstrate this. It’s not just about a logo and a website, it’s about what we say, how we say it and delivering an exceptional experience that makes people want to continue working with us."

In2Events was started in 2006 by founders Gavin Farley and Adam Baxter. It has grown to a staff headcount of 18, following the recent appointment of new senior project manager Luke Newton, providing full event management solutions, exhibition design and build services, experiential marketing and print productions.

Managing director Gavin Farley said: "I am more excited than ever before with the changes that are happening at In2Events. Coming off the back of our most successful year to date we knew we had to continue pushing forward. Going into our 10th year we have been picking up award nominations, picking up some great new clients and driving the agency into new territories. The employment of Luke further underlines our ambitions and he will be a great asset to the team."

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