New Balls Please celebrates 5 years of extraordinary events in style at Quartier Papier!

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New Balls Please celebrates 5 years of exceptional events

Event agency New Balls Please recently celebrated its fifth anniversary. An anniversary that could not go unnoticed: the Ghent company celebrated in style, with more than a hundred customers, at Quartier Papier in Zaventem.

In 2014, owners and business managers Michel Van Camp, Valérie de Coster and Stein Hoogstoel launched their new business. After previous successful collaborations with, among others, Eventerprise and Guava, the three decided to set up their own event agency.

New Balls Please was a new name on the market, but they didn't start from scratch. Their experience and impeccable reputation were their greatest asset from day one. "There was strong competition," says Michel Van Camp, "but since we all had a large network, we started with a stable base of warm contacts. For example, Volvo, for whom the three of us had organized a road show in 2007, immediately booked a major project.”

New Balls Please has covered an admirable course in the past five years. Michel Van Camp: “Word-of-mouth resulted in a considerable number of new customers in a short time. In five years we have grown to a company of 15 people in the top 5 of the event agencies in Belgium. "

During their relatively short existence, New Balls Please has already received six awards, including two BEA World trophies. The fifth anniversary of New Balls Please also heralded a new era for the company: they moved to a new office on the Voorhavenlaan in Ghent and will start New Balls Please Brussels in 2019.

It was definitely time to celebrate this successful era in style, together with their clients. The guests were guided through the location on an experience route during the evening, while they could experience all aspects of the extraordinary events and services of New Balls Please: stunning performances, content and design, delicious food from no fewer than five caterers, and legendary cocktails.