|1984||Avesco established and floated.|
|1985||Acquisition of Fountain Television studios.
Screenco giant screens business established.
|1986||Creative Technology established in London.|
|1993||Acquisition of Presteigne Broadcast Hire.
Fountain aquires its Wembley, London studios.
|1994||Demerger of Videologic.|
|1997||Acquisition of Creative Technology in US and of JVR (now CT Holland).|
|1998||Acquisition of Media Control (now CT Chicago).|
|2001||Acquisition of MCL full service business in UK.|
|2003||Creative Technology opens in Germany.|
|2006||Disposal of group interest of Complete Communications, owner of rights to 'Who wants to be a Millionaire'.|
|2007||Creative Technology opens in China and Dubai.|
|2008||Creative Technology opens in Hong Kong.
Action Spain established (now CT Spain).
Presteigne acquires Charter Broadcast.
|2011||Creative Technology opens in Qatar.|
|2014||MCL rebranded as mclcreate
Buy-back 29% of Avesco share capital
All offices outside UK now operate under Creative Technology
Return to shareholders of £1.10 per share from proceeds of successful US litigation.
Richard founded the Avesco Group and floated it in 1984 prior to its introduction to the Official List of the London Stock Exchange in 1988. He is Non-Executive Chairman of Charlton Athletic Football Club. Richard is a member of the Audit and Remuneration committees
Finance Director ACA
John joined Avesco plc in March 2004 as Finance Director, and the Board in 2007. He was Group Finance Director at Boosey & Hawkes plc and previously held positions as Group Finance Director at MediaKey plc and Video Arts Limited. John is a Non-Executive Director of Belgravium Technologies plc.
Graham joined Avesco in 1986 and was appointed to the Board in 1994. He transferred to the Board of Avesco plc in 2004 and re-joined the Board in 2007. Part of the team that founded Creative Technology in 1985, he has primary responsibility for Creative Technology's US and Asia Pacific operations. He has over 30 years experience in the live events industry.
David joined Avesco in 1985 and was appointed to the Board in 2012. Previously served on the Board of Avesco plc when it was separately listed prior to the acquisition by the Company in 2007. He has primary responsibility for Creative Technology's European and Middle East operations and was part of the team that founded the business in 1985. He has over 30 years experience in the live events industry.