Black Country live event specialist Top Banana has secured its latest client win.
The Stourbridge-based firm is working with Whitbread which owns brands such as Premier Inn, Costa Coffee and Beefeater Grill.
Top Banana delivered a gala dinner for Whitbread for 800 guests at Celtic Manor which was followed up by a series of pop up events which reached 15,000 staff over 402 restaurants across the UK.
The listed company joins a portfolio of clients for Top Banana which includes Barclaycard, Primark, Bentley, Aggregate Industries and Bacardi.
Top Banana managing director Nick Terry said: "We won this latest new business on the strength of our track record, delivering events that get teams emotionally engaged around important messages which support business goals.
"We've been steadily expanding with the appointment of several new members of the team and a London office to cater for our broader client base.
"We take pride in establishing strong, long-term client relationships. Many of our clients have been with us since the very early days and continue to trust us to deliver events that make a measurable difference. It's an important part of our success."
Claire De Silva, engagement and communications manager at Whitbread, added: "We chose to work with Top Banana because of their strategic insight and ability to work with us to identify very clear objectives for our events.
"The team delivered consistently well across the whole project, showing great tenacity and open, honest communication throughout."