Events are one of the best ways of showing the human face of your organisation. All too often, however, organisations stick to the format of previous events, usually because they lack the time to devote to planning.

Events Management Service

From large-scale AGMs to client focus groups, we offer a full events project management service covering:

  • Venue sourcing and liaison
  • Setting event themes and objectives
  • Speaker sourcing and engagement
  • Workshop scoping and delivery
  • Focus groups to feed client views into your product or service roadmap and pricing
  • On-the-day facilitation (eg logistics and chairing)
  • Representing your company on the exhibition stand
  • Post-event evaluation

Our focus is on creating and running events which achieve the highest levels of delegate satisfaction, motivation and learning.

Read our blog on tips for running an event 30-step Events Checklist.

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