inVNT, a live events agency that supports brand messaging for companies and trade associations, announced today that its revenue increased by 101 percent in 2010 by expanding the event programs of current clients and adding notable clients including MySpace, E. & J. Gallo Winery, News Corporation and The Associated General Contractors of America.
“2010 was a big year for inVNT. We strengthened our partnerships with some of the biggest corporate brands and trade associations in the world and increased our client base with a number of high-profile companies, including two well-known brands in the automotive industry,” said Scott Cullather, founder and managing partner.
The company also expanded its management team with the hiring of Jeff Lott as chief operating officer. Lott worked for 19 years in manufacturing and distribution for private and international healthcare companies. Gregory Robinson was added as chief financial officer. Robinson, a certified public accountant, brings 30 years of experience ranging from entrepreneurial, high-growth companies to international, publicly traded companies. Jerry Deeney, a 20-year event industry veteran, was added as executive producer and Aminah Sulayman was added as producer. These additions are to keep pace with the agency’s client growth. All four bring experience in creative communications and client relationship management to inVNT.
“The addition of creative and experienced individuals such as Jeff, Greg, Jerry and Aminah will position inVNT for further expansion as we have already hit the ground running in 2011,” said Cullather.
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