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The UN & The World Trade Organisation are bringing over eight of the best digital and creative services agencies from Bangladesh to London for a one day event about off-shoring. They will be available to meet with UK agencies considering working with outsourced partners and will be showcasing their work.


All of the Bangladesh companies taking part have been working with UK/US/European agencies and companies for a number of years so have the language, processes and technology to ensure successful delivery of work to UK standards.

Attendees will be allocated 1 hour time slots to meet with and chat with selected agencies who have expertise in particular areas.


Areas of expertise covered include:

Mobile, web and software development including e-commerce & CRM

Digital advertising & QA (Double Click certified)

Gaming & animations

Data processing & data migration

Image re-touching

3D rendering


Please email to RSVP or to receive the event brochure.

Launch of the 'Financial performance of marketing services companies annual survey 2015'

Kingston Smith are thrilled to be celebrating the 25th year of our annual survey of the financial performance of marketing services companies in the UK, and would like to invite you to the launch on 26 November.

The seminar will cover the key findings of the survey, analysing identified KPIs and trends. Meanwhile, our panel discussion will look back at the past 25 years, analysing what it takes to survive within an industry that is constantly moving.

The job of a marketor in the current world is undoubtedly more difficult and complex than it was 25 years ago. The proliferation of channels and markets over that time has been mind blowing. Similarly, the development in, and affordability of, technology has forever changed the way in which consumers behave. As a result, pressure on margins seems relentless, whilst agencies are having to evolve and innovate to stay relevant to their clients.

In this seminar, we will be speaking to some of the great names in the marketing industry that have not only survived to tell the tale but have enjoyed great success. We will also be talking to the younger agencies, who have burst on to the scene, intuitively fitting in with the technologically-led nature of the industry and contributing to the new services and products that have come to the fore.

Thursday, 26 November 2015

5.30pm – Registration
6.00pm – Introduction -  Esther Carder; Presentation of survey results - Ian Graham; Panel discussion, chaired by Mandy Merron, with panel members including: 8.00pm – Canapés and refreshments

The Royal Institution of Great Britain
21 Albemarle Street
London W1S 4BS

If you would like to book a place, please email Becky on or visit

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