Number of staff: 2
- Lulu Guinness
- Palazzina G Hotel - Venice
- British Council
- Nardini Grappa
- Australian Law Society
What are your ambitions/goals for the business?
We want to continue to create dynamic and unexpected collaborations with inspiring brands and expand the international arm of our business, taking on staff as we do so.
What is your best piece of work or stand-out moment?
Opening the Venetian Carnival and America Cup World Series at Palazzina G Hotel in Venice brought into play key elements of our services. We oversaw the full event production of all activity with an exceptional level of detailed specification for the high-profile guests.
In addition, through our tailored sponsorship sourcing, we brought in iconic brand Nardini as a collaborator, highlighting their award-winning grappa to a new audience and strengthening their presence globally.
All facets of this complex production were conceived and managed by our in-house team. The Venetian Events Academy highlighted our work to the Italian media and as such we were interviewed for television and featured in the global press. This has lead on to us working on a number of upcoming projects with the Prince of Venice - Principe Maurice Agosti.
What makes you a Fab 50 Newcomer?
Despite the fact there are currently only two full-time members of staff and the short time in which we have been operating, we believe that we have demonstrated a huge scope for Meredith Bespoke.
The fresh and dynamic way in which we approach projects means we have the agility to work with globally recognised brands such as Lulu Guinness, and in the international arena, as shown by our events in Venice. We have an unbridled enthusiasm for what we do. We really listen to what our clients want, never approaching events in a formulaic manner.
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