Why do I need an Event Planner?
From searching for suitable venues to endless communication and sourcing various suppliers, planning events whether an International sales conference or an intimate family wedding is time consuming and stressful. At the end of all your hard work
and effort, will the venue live up to expectations? Will the suppliers deliver on time? Will you have time to eat, drink or enjoy your event?
Why not trust your event to an experienced professional to do all the hard work for you?......
I am Harriet and I have been eating, sleeping, drinking and dreaming of event planning for over 15 years with vast experience organising large scale events within the Wealth Management, Healthcare, Pharmaceutical and Food Retail industries.
Whatever your event I can help you to make it a success; whether you need help with ideas, venue searching, decor, registration and ticketing systems, onsite support or full project management I can support you.
Event planning really is embedded in my core - I started with college and sports club events which evolved into an Event Management Degree. Throughout my Uni years I was involved in social and charitable functions and spent 18 months workings at a boutique Cotswold venue organising private functions and Weddings. Since graduating I have worked within the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry, managing events globally ranging from Advisory Boards for 10 people to medical Investigator Meetings for over 400 attendees and everything in between.
I have a broad knowledge of industry technologies including; EventsPro, Cvent & Lanyon Starcite. I can provide a range of services for clients from venue searches, site inspection, financial analysis and supplier coordination through to full programme management and financial reconciliation.
For social and private functions I can offer guidance on venues, room decor & theme and entertainment. From my established list of partners & suppliers I can also help you to get the most from your budget to make your event as special as it should be.