Smyle open London office to serve 2012 Olympics activity


Events management firm, Smyle, has announced that it will open a London office in preparation for its activity during the London 2012 Olympic games.

Located in the area of London dubbed “Tech City,” the office will act as a base for up to ten members of staff and will also be used to serve the needs of the company’s client-base in the capital.

Managing director at Smyle, Rick Stainton stated: “All Olympics projects and project teams internal external will benefit from proximity to the action, as well as London-based clients, and most importantly as well, our London-based venue partners.

“This is an exciting development for Smyle that will immediately support our Olympic projects as well as a longer term commitment to our enhanced client management and growth plans,” Mr Stainton added.

The move has been welcomed by London & Partners.

Director of business tourism and major events at London & Partners, Tracy Halliwell, reserved considerable praise for the firm.

She said: “Creative agencies such as Smyle really add something to London’s overall profile as the world leading events destination.”

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