For the 12-month period ended 30 April 2014, the company reported its turnover grew from £2.7m to £5.8m with EBITDA improving from £240K to £900k compared to the period ended 2013.
CEO Paul Beck (pictured) confirmed that expansion into the US market underpinned the growth. New offices were opened in New York and Salt Lake City in Utah, complementing the existing UK and European distribution model.
The company’s Eventpad technology and software is used by blue chip clients across five continents and global clients include Blackstone, Bayer, Takeda, Best Buy and PWC.
Beck added: “We are proud that Eventpad technology was used by over 350,000 delegates in 2014 in approaching 50 countries worldwide”.
In October 2014, TEP Events International launched its new software brand Duuzra, targeted at the expanding global mobility and sales engagement market.
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