Posts Tagged ‘events’

Birmingham FA Grassroots Football Awards 2018 evening

Events Management

  The Birmingham FA Grassroots Football Awards is a night full of celebration, inspiration and recognition for its community members. The main purpose of the event is to celebrate and recognise the work that the volunteer workforce does within grassroots/community football by providing attendees with a night to reflect on all the hard work that…

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Blackberry Productions provides event management and event production services for MTC.

MTC Event Management

Conference and event management agency Blackberry Productions was recently appointed by the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry to support the delivery of their Working Together: Transforming Construction showcase event. The event was hosted at the Manufacturing Technology Centre’s state-of-the-art facility where over 100 key stakeholders in the UK construction and infrastructure sector from industry, government,…

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We’re hiring! 13th – 15th June 2018

Each year we give events management students the opportunity to work with us and get invaluable paid work experience at the annual Inspiring Leadership Conference. It’s a great opportunity to put on your CV and work at a venue such as the ICC in Birmingham for an international conference! We cover travel costs, provide a…

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Corporate event management company

 Corporate Event Management Company As with many professions there is a major difference between a Corporate event management company and a consultancy/agency which work and in-house/ on corporate positions. We’ve met many people that work in an agency when they are better suited to an in-house position and vice versa. The hospitality sector in our…

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Education in Events

As an Events Management graduate, the events industry including events education fascinates me. When selecting my university degree, nearly everyone around me was surprised and intrigued, not that I had selected such a fun and exciting course, but that it actually was a degree! This fascination and intrigue fueled an excitement in myself for what…

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