ESC Events rebrands creative arm as Canvas

Event management company, ESC Events, has rebranded its creative arm to Canvas in order to “give great prominence to its creative offering and represent plans to grow this arm of the business”.
ESC Events will continue to exist and offer support services to the events industry on a bespoke basis while Canvas will provide the creative consultancy and full-service implementation that many clients require for their events. The businesses will work from the same client base.
Canvas will be headed by Clare and John Wickens, who are the Director and MD of ESC Events. Canvas has made two new appointments including Justin Blyth, who started in the industry with a 13-year stint at Rhubarb food design, as Business Development Director. Eleanor Bradfield joins as Event Manager from Farnham Town Council, where she was Project and Events Coordinator.
Canvas handles some 150 events and employs around 2,000 staff to help entertain some 15,000 guests in a typical year. Canvas creates events for corporate and private functions, weddings and experiential-led events.
The predominantly white branding takes its lead from the company name ‘Canvas’, which was chosen based on its meaning as ‘the background against which events happen’.
“Until now, all elements of the ESC business have been promoted on an equal footing,” says John Wickens, MD of Canvas and ESC Events.
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