Quintus Appoints Industry-Leaders Jeremy Palmer-Tomkinson And Richard Scott
Jeremy Palmer-Tomkinson moves to Quintus after 24 years at IMG where he was Senior Vice President responsible for Event Management and Implementation. He worked on global events such as the World Alpine Ski Championships in 1983, 1985 and 1989, the Rugby World Cup in 1995 and 1999 and the World Cup of Cricket in 1996. Palmer-Tomkinson also has vast experience in the world of international tennis, chairing the Management Committee of the ATP World Championships of Tennis from 1990 to 1995 and managing the Champions Tour of Seniors tennis in Europe from 1998.
Richard Scott joins Quintus from Langston Scott, which he set up in 1987 and over the next 15 years turned into the country’s leading hospitality brokerage. Richard is delighted to have joined Quintus where he will expand the range of events that Quintus manage and encourage clients to sign up to a professional hospitality service that will be provided alongside Quintus’ current portfolio of events.
Quintus CEO Peter Worth says “We are delighted that two people with such exceptional knowledge of their respective areas of the industry have joined us. Jeremy is an enormous asset and we very much look forward to harnessing his experience to further the development of Quintus’ events.
“Richard Scott is undoubtedly the most respected man in Corporate Hospitality and we are extremely pleased that he and his team have joined Quintus.”
Note to Editors:
Quintus was founded in 1991 in order to create and market intellectual property rights in the field of sport and entertainment. Quintus is involved in sponsorship, corporate hospitality, event management and television rights.
Quintus owns and manages a number of proprietary events such as The Masters Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall, The Marsh Classic at the Hurlingham Club, the London Bierfest and the Boodles Legends Tennis Classic at Mottram Hall.
Quintus is also the sanctioning body on the ATP Champions Tour outside of USA and Europe. Quintus has rights in other events including the HSBC World Match Play golf at Wentworth and the Wales Rally GB, the UK leg of the World Rally Championship.
Quintus has recently acquired worldwide 3-D signage rights by purchasing Three-D-Signs International, the company that owns the worldwide patents to 3-D surface branding. 3-D surface branding makes use of a technology where logos are applied to the surface using carpets or simply painted onto the pitch and appear to be standing upright when viewed through a television camera.
Quintus also manages bespoke events for corporate clients including conferences, staff incentives and client entertainment events.
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