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ExecSpace confirms successful 2018 with 20% revenue growth

Despite challenging political times and stiff competition in a crowded market, ExecSpace, one of the UK’s leading venue finding agencies has reported a 20% growth in revenue for 2018 (January to December 2018). The growth is result of 4 new key client wins as well as steady and consistent growth from existing, loyal clients; testament to the companies’ core values that delivering outstanding customer service and driving value for clients are key.  

Emma Little, Founder and CEO of ExecSpace comments: “2018 wasn’t without it’s challenges and yes, whilst we must to an extent, react to situations, having a consistent growth mindset and a proactive, forward looking outlook is absolutely essential. Being personally more hands on and face to face with our clients has been an important part of our business strategy over the past 12 months and will continue to be throughout 2019. Investing the time to properly get under the skin of what our clients needs and want is fundamental to our success – helping shape the future of ExecSpace and constantly challenging us to move from good to great”.  

ExecSpace are renowned for delivering a specialist, centralised venue find service to clients in the public, professional services and finance sector, including a few of the UK’s listed companies. They win and retain clients by securing best value, driving savings for clients and supporting clients with intricate supplier contract negotiations.  

Emma concludes: “Last year we spent a great deal of time ascertaining where we need to focus our efforts and engaging with our key clients on significant decisions, particularly around technology – canvassing their thoughts on how this will continue to play an important role in the meetings and events industry. The findings are now being incorporated into our technology strategy – so watch this space”.

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