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Clive goes live in Dublin

Clive goes live in Dublin
August 03
09:00 2017

UK experiential brand company Clive has opened a new office in Dublin for our its Irish operation. Three full time jobs have immediately been created, with additional roles planned for later this year. 

Clive helps brands to ‘Communicate: Live’, engaging audiences through creative live events and digital communication solutions. The company has worked with some of the world’s biggest brands including Facebook, Instagram, BT, Virgin Media, PlayStation, Honda, Volkswagen, Pinterest and LinkedIn. Since the company was established in London in 2010, the number of projects in Ireland has steadily increased, resulting in the launch of the new Dublin office.

The company has produced a large amount of work for international clients who have their European headquarters in Dublin. According to the company, feedback from these clients has been a driving factor behind the expansion into Ireland. Clive will offer a plethora of services from its Dublin office including experiential activations, communications conferences, pop-up events, incentive travel and location sourcing, as well as content creation and digital design. The Dublin team will be headed up by head of client services (Ireland), Robyn Church, a respected events professional with more than eight years experience in the Irish business tourism sector. She will be supported by senior account managers Robb Kennedy and Pamela Murphy who also have many years experience across a multitude of events.

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