The agency won the contract after Rebecca Hawkings, executive assistant to NCH’s chief executive, experienced DRP’s services at its internal Extended Leaders event, which was held in DRP’s Midlands studio.
Jane Jones, director or events at DRP, said: "When clients visit our facilities it’s a fantastic opportunity for them to see the scale and scope of what we deliver but it’s even better when a client wants to use them for their event due to the exceptional space we have available.We take pride in our sustainability initiatives, and the local chefs and food demonstrated our commitment to running sustainable and socially responsible events for our clients, especially those which share our investment in the local area.
"It was clear from the offset that both our businesses have the same work ethos so it was great to work on this project together and deliver an engaging event. I’m looking forward to building our working relationship with NCH and supporting them on future projects."
Hawkings added: "Having experienced DRP’s services first hand I was confident it had the professionalism and creativity to deliver the kinds the experience that would inspire colleagues at NCH."
DRP recently dropped the ‘group’ suffix from its name and rebranded to mark its 35th anniversary.
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