Best Event Management Company
To win this prestigious award you have got to be good, very good. It is about depth, diversity, delivering value for money and originality. You have organised all kinds of live and virtual events of all scales, but no matter what the projects are, one ingredient is common to all your endeavours: faultless execution.
We would like to see examples of your live and virtual events organised between June 2019 to the present day and how you successfully pivoted to the virtual arena.
Entry is by a 5 A4 page submission: the judges ask you to address the key criteria set out below, backed up by photos (4 minimum), laying out any additional info (e.g. videos etc) in a clear manner.
Company information: When the company was established, number of employees, types of events you organise, key skills within your team and what you feel has been your contribution to the event industry.
Events Summary: Summarise the live and virtual events your company have organised over the eligibility period: Objectives, budgets, target audiences, the size and scope of the events as well as comparisons with previous year’s events where relevant.
Execution & Outcomes: What were your concepts, how did you fulfil the objectives set out, outline any special challenges faced and resolutions, how were the events marketed and promoted, what media coverage was achieved, how many people attended the events and what was the feedback from clients and attendees.
Value to the Client: Were the events delivered on budget? What steps were taken to deliver the best possible value to the clients?
Innovations: Detail any innovations that your company introduced in this period.
Sustainable Practices: Outline the steps taken to improve energy efficiency and reduce the carbon footprint of the event(s), backed up with stats and facts where possible.
Include any other relevant statements or facts which support your entry.