This winter found us at the helm of a successful 300-delegate 3-day event for Microsoft at the Steigenberger Airport Hotel.
Great events are what make us tick. So we don’t
just look around, we get around.
Here’s what we’ve been thinking and doing lately.
Looking forwards and thinking differently
The changes flung into our lives by the COVID-19 pandemic won’t be going away anytime soon. We’re all thinking differently about how we’ll operate in the coming months and years, both at work and play.
Since the real world became surreal, all our focus has been on securing the future of our clients’ events.
From fine-tuning our online events offering to digging deep into contracts to create win-wins for both clients and venues, we‘ve been busy!
The pros and cons of the home office
Now our team members have swapped taxis for living rooms and are stuck at home sweet home, how are we coping? It turns out everyone’s discovering their own medley of pros and cons…
Event Brief vs. Venue Offer: How to handle the challenges
Why do some venues find it so hard to meet the event brief?
Sometimes the process from brief to offer can be painful for both sides.
This September we planned to welcome around 2000 delegates to Vilnius on behalf of our client ESCP for their annual conference. Given the current pandemic situation, the event will now be rescheduled.
At Integrity Events we invite interns to try a taste of event management by supporting us during busy times. After eight weeks with us as part of a three-month visit…
Our directors Kate and Lindsey headed south for a closer look at the London leg of Microsoft’s Ignite The Tour roadshow.