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inVNT Defies Economy to Post 250% Growth in 2009
inVNT, a live events agency that energizes brands in the eyes of customers, partners and employees, announced today that its revenue increased by more than 250 percent in 2009 compared to 2008, capping a successful year that included the addition of such high-profile client brands as Gatorade, Merck, Barnes & Noble, Frito-Lay, Edison Electric Institute, Subway, The Associated General Contractors of America, SHRM (Society of Human Resource Management) and the Outdoor Advertising Association of America. inVNT’s creativity and mastery of the newest event production technologies have allowed it not only to survive but to thrive and expand in a tough economy.
“inVNT’s uniquely fresh creative talents, along with collaborative uses of Twitter, iTunes, digital environments and other technologies combine to create memorable events that bring brands and key messages to life for our clients,” said Scott Cullather, founder and managing partner, inVNT. “Smart companies know the value of in-person interaction and as the economy rebounds, we look forward to building on our success and bringing our creative approach to cost-effective events to even more corporate and trade association clients.”
In 2009, inVNT produced 55 events for clients. inVNT also established a presence in Australia and the United Kingdom, and achieved preferred partner relationships with companies in Europe, Latin America, Dubai, India and the Pacific Rim.
In 2009 inVNT used the newest technologies to create impactful events for clients including;
For PSS World Medical, inVNT helped create a playlist of upbeat, energizing songs played throughout the event. The playlists were made available afterward so attendees could recapture the motivation of the event at any time.
For the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), inVNT used Twitter to manage a Q&A session in which former General Electric Chairman Jack Welch took questions tweeted by audience members.
For the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) convention in San Francisco, inVNT used digital photography enhancement and other technologies to produce an eye-catching opening with 16 dancers in traditional Chinese attire to honor the city’s rich Asian culture, while supporting business presentations by Secretary of Energy, Dr. Stephen Chu and Ford CEO, Alan Mulally, among others.
inVNT creates and executes live events, meetings, brand initiatives, product launches, custom training programs and multi-media experiences for some of the world’s best-known companies and trade associations. Working with corporate clients such as PepsiCo, Barnes & Noble, Merck and Subway and trade associations such as the Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the National Association of Counties, inVNT produces experiences that energize brands in the eyes of customers, partners and employees. inVNT’s offices are strategically located in New York City and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit www.invnt.com.
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