Corporate Events Creative Director Tim Christian comments: “I must say, it seems a bit odd being on the other side of the event in this instance, however I feel that the work we are producing for our clients transcends traditional event production and we have now become more of an extension of our clients corporate communications team.”
Corporate Events will be submitting an event that was produced in October 2011 for a World famous brand.
Account Director Michelle Kennedy adds: “The reason we chose this event for our first submission to The Eventia Awards is because it covered virtually every discipline within our service portfolio, from venue finding and interactive delegate registration tools right through to producing ‘hidden’ experiential areas within the event space.
“When you add to this the level of work we produced in terms of creative content - from the over-arching event theme, each and every presenters presentation support materials and a whole host of video and animations, you will see how proud we were of the end result, as well as the level of positivity around the post - event feedback.”
Tim Christian continues: “When you have a client at this level thanking you for your input and telling you the work you produced was ‘A real game changer’ for their brand, it gives Corporate Events a real sense of validation, which is why we feel this project is worthy of inclusion within this year’s Eventia Awards.”
Corporate Events Managing Director Andy Ashley concludes: “Every time we talk to a new prospect and talk them through this particular event case study, they are blown away by the scope and scale of the event. I’m really pleased that our work can stand up alongside some of the big boys in our industry, and I look forward to seeing if we place at this year’s Eventia Awards.”
For more information about Corporate Events and about their event production visit their website http://www.corporate-