Event management

It takes a lot of hard work to make an event come together and overlooking just one element could lead to a daisy chain of headaches.

Put simply, event management is the preventative medicine you need to stop the migraine.

It involves the coordination, planning, organising and execution of an event and can cover every aspect – from finding speakers and securing sponsorships to booking caterers and managing budgets.

Moreover, event management can be applied to any type of event in any environment. 

Our team has worked on delivering corporate events, theatre tours, art exhibitions, awards and more.

We recognise that every event is different and we take a bespoke and creative approach to every brief.

Our team of planners have one job – to get every single detail spot on.

And from conferences and meetings to parties and awards, from product launches and roadshows to virtual and hybrid networking, we offer a highly personalised service to produce premium experiences.

The level of our involvement is up to you. We can simply manage a single aspect if you have everything else wrapped up.

But in conjunction with our PR team, we can make sure we get right audience, the right date, the right venue and create a compelling reason for people to attend.

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Staging events, whether small get-togethers with sponsors or employees or huge launch events, allow a company to promote its brand and make new relationships.

We can also secure sponsorships, establish relationships between vendors, sponsors, and the hosting company, deliver creative brainstorming and implementation of event themes and research and obtain any permits you require.

Our services extend to contract negotiation, hiring of service staff, handling of the budget and invoicing and execution of the plan on the day.

We can also tie in marketing and advertising and our crisis communications team will manage any potential for risk.

Finally, we also offer post reports and surveys.

There we go. Your event – all wrapped up in a big red bow.

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