St Ives Group backs new events agency SEE

White joins as new business development manager at SEE
White joins as new business development manager at SEE

Service Events & Exhibitions (SEE) has been launched as a new division of St Ives Group-owned printing company Service Graphics.

The new agency has been marketed as an international, full service communications agency, offering creative production, events and meetings. SEE has said it will cover the full spectrum of live, including experiential, launch events, conferences, exhibitions, incentives and social media interaction.

The agency already counts Spotify, National Grid and Appnexus among its clients. A representative from SEE told Event that it is currently working on a major experiential campaign for an unspecified blue-chip brand to launch in the new year.

To aid further expansion, the agency has recruited new business development manager Peter White, who joins from the meetings and incentives division of VIP Group.

Vince Russell, event director at SEE, said: "Within SEE’s team there is a wealth of experience covering all aspects of live communication channels designed to engage audiences, promote organisations and deliver ideas. We create and deliver across the spectrum of communications and live events and are delighted to have Peter join the team as we grow the company in 2015 and beyond.

"The size and reach of SEE, our group companies and our parent company St Ives Group provides the ability to deliver consistently, quality events driven by the SEE creative team. We’re excited about growing our presence in this space in the UK and beyond."

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