We’re extremely proud to have secured a place on the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) events roster. We were one of 16 companies selected from across the UK, and underwent a competitive tendering process, so we’re delighted our hard work paid off.
Guy Attenborough, head of communications at the AHDB, said, “Spinning Clock was one of the companies that demonstrated the knowledge needed to help us communicate effectively with farmers, growers and other parts of the food chain.”
The AHDB is a relatively new independent, evidence-based levy board funded by farmers, growers and others in the food supply chain. It plays a pivotal role in improving farm business efficiency and competitiveness, supporting the long-term sustainability of the sector, so it’s great to be involved.
We can’t wait to get started on the project, which involves us providing stand design and audio-visual services, worth £4m over four years, for events and shows until 2014. I know the team is raring to go as we’re extremely excited to help the industry promote its services.