Exclusive: Facebook, HSBC and ASOS among TBA's new account wins

TBA has won six new accounts
TBA has won six new accounts

Events agency TBA has secured six new accounts including Facebook, ASOS, Wella, HSBC and CitiBank.

Max Fellows, senior relationship and business development manager at TBA told Event the agency won the accounts through various means. 

"We are continuing to get noticed by brands for our creativity and ideas built around brand insights. New wins have come through brands wanting to work with TBA, recommendations and through competitive pitches," he explained.

TBA is currently working with the brands on a number of different events. Fellows said: "The range of events and brand experiences we are creating are really varied, from ‘hackathons’ to global exhibitions, conferences to road shows and consumer participation experiences to hospitality."

The agency is also currently devising new campaigns for existing clients. "We have got a large scale brand experience event for Diageo down in South Africa later in the year as well as the Rugby World Cup hospitality, two major seasonal fashion shows, the new FA Partners hospitality experience and much more."

It is expected the account wins will bolster the agency’s financial position in 2015. "TBA has experienced consistent year-on-year growth over recent years and we expect with the new wins, the talent in the agency and our plans for growth that will continue in 2015 and beyond, will firmly place TBA as a leading top five agency," Fellows said. 

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