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Soaring Worldwide team up with Grass Roots Meetings & Events

Soaring Worldwide has won a new business contract with global event agency Grass Roots Meetings & Events.
Grass Roots is the world's leading provider of employee and customer engagement solutions and Soaring Worldwide will predominantly be working alongside the meetings and events arm of the business.


“Soaring Worldwide’s knowledge of the industry make this an ideal partnership for us going forward,” comments Des Mclaughlin, Divisional Director of Grass Roots. “They have a good reputation and they have a good track record with many major players within the industry but their focus on how to deliver results for Grass Roots really shone in our initial discussions. We are looking forward to working alongside the Soaring Worldwide team over the forthcoming year.”  

The strategic communications and PR agency, based in Cirencester, work with several major clients within the meetings and events industry such as The Meetings Show and Meet Gateway South Wales.  

“It’s an exciting time as we begin work with Grass Roots and another sign of continued growth for us as a business,” comments creative director and founder of Soaring Worldwide, Adam Baggs. “We have built a very strong reputation within the meetings and events industry for our work with clients such as the Barbican and The Meetings Show so we are excited to begin working with Grass Roots over the coming weeks.”  

As well as this new business win, Soaring Worldwide has also renewed its partnership with Europe’s largest combined arts & conference centre, the Barbican for a ninth consecutive year. The continued partnership means that the Barbican is Soaring Worldwide’s longest standing client.  

Soaring Worldwide is a Cirencester-based strategic communications and PR agency which specialises in the security and events industry with key clients including the Barbican, The Meetings Show, Church House Conference Centre and Magenta Security.

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