The renowned international organiser has selected Freeman as the general contractor for Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global in Brussels, the world’s largest seafood exposition. This new contract spans three years and will see Freeman deliver services including creative, feature areas, furniture, shell scheme, electrics and floor covering.
This marks an important milestone for Freeman and Diversified globally, as they partner to organise and deliver both Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global and Seafood Expo North America in Boston – an event in which Freeman has been involved for nearly 20 years.
Joann Leonard, VP of Operations at Diversified Communications commented: “Diversified is thrilled to be partnering with Freeman as the official contractor of its Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global. We’ve had a long-term relationship with Freeman in the USA, and know the high value placed on delivering exceptional quality and customer service. “Seafood Expo Global is the largest seafood event in the world, and we feel confident that Freeman EMEA can replicate that same level of service and deliver an exceptional experience to the event and our customers for the next three years.”
Steve Comar, Director of Operations at Freeman in EMEA said: “Our teams are always looking at new ways to enhance operational processes overall, and we’re also passionate about developing personalised solutions for our customers that reflect their specific goals and industries. We’re honoured to be working with Diversified on Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global here in EMEA, and plan to do just that to improve their show every year through to 2020 and beyond.”
Tez Patel, Creative Director at Freeman in EMEA added: “Our team of creatives are incredibly excited to have the opportunity to enrich this already globally renowned and respected event. In partnership with Diversified, we look forward to implementing new design elements that will enhance the customer journey and exhibitor experience, build on branding opportunities and more.”