THE BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESSFUL EVENTS: 8. Deliver your event with finesse

Congratulations on reaching the grand finale of our Blueprint for Successful Events series! You’ve followed the blueprint and now it’s time to deliver your event with finesse.

Stick to the plan You’ve carefully planned the schedule for the day, so stick to it and don’t deviate. This ensures your event stays on track, and everything runs smoothly. Assign roles and responsibilities clearly to your team in advance so that everyone knows their role on the day. Onsite roles may differ from the usual team roles, as everyone pitches in to deliver a seamless delegate welcome, check-in, and ensure the satisfaction of delegates, sponsors, and speakers throughout the day.

Tech check Technical glitches can be the Achilles’ heel of any event. Run thorough tech rehearsals to identify and fix potential issues. Test audio, visual aids, and any online platforms you’ll be using. Have a backup plan in case of unforeseen technical hiccups.

Engage your audience Create an interactive and immersive experience for your attendees. Encourage audience participation through Q&A sessions, polls, and live discussions. This not only keeps them engaged but also makes your event more memorable. Remember that often delegates attend in person events primarily for the networking opportunities. Make sure there is enough time allotted for them and that the networking space and format is optimised to make them as efficient as possible.

Adapt and overcome No matter how meticulous your planning, there’s always a chance that something unexpected may occur. Be ready to adapt and overcome challenges on the fly. A calm and collected response to unforeseen circumstances will instil confidence in your client, your team, and attendees alike.

Capture the moment Document your event through photos, videos, and social media updates. This not only provides valuable content for future marketing but also allows attendees to relive the experience and share it with others. Consider hiring a professional photographer or videographer for top-notch quality to showcase your event in the best possible light in future marketing campaigns.

Feedback is gold After the event, gather feedback from your client, delegates, speakers, sponsors, and your team. Constructive criticism is invaluable for future improvements. Use surveys, interviews, or social media polls to collect opinions and analyse what worked well and what could be improved.

Celebrate success Take a moment to celebrate your success. Organising a successful event is no small feat, and everyone involved deserves recognition. Whether it’s a team dinner, a virtual toast, or a simple thank-you email, acknowledge, and appreciate the hard work put in by everyone.

Congratulations! You’ve delivered a successful event! Remember, each event is a learning experience, and with each iteration, you’ll refine your skills and continue to deliver even more spectacular events.

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Most professional events need to cover costs as a minimum and aim to maximise profit. For the best chance of driving sales and profits the creation of a robust sales plan is vital. This blog breaks down the essential steps to develop a sales strategy that will attract sponsors, exhibitors and delegates, leading to overall event success.

Know your audience To create a successful sales plan, start by gaining a solid understanding of the sector and your potential audience. Who are your prospective sponsors and exhibitors, and who are your delegate audience? Once you’ve defined these groups, research and analyse their distinct needs, preferences, and pain points to tailor your offerings effectively. Knowing your audience forms the foundation for a strategic sales approach.

Define your unique selling proposition Before approaching any potential event sponsors or exhibitors you should clearly define your event USPs and be able to succinctly articulate what sets it apart from other similar events. Highlight unique benefits such as industry leading keynote speakers, exhibitor showcases, and networking opportunities. Remember that you are competing for a portion of a sponsor or a delegate’s limited marketing budget and their time, so you will need to demonstrate why they should spend both on your event.

Building strategic partnerships Identify potential sponsors and exhibitors that align with your event’s objectives. Develop customised pitches that showcase the mutual benefits of collaboration. Emphasise the value they’ll gain in terms of brand exposure, networking opportunities, and access to your targeted audience. The best event partnerships are ‘win win’ in that the both the event and sponsor achieve their objectives through partnership.

Bespoke sponsorship packages Create sponsorship packages that cater to different budgets and objectives. From exclusive branding opportunities to sponsored breakout sessions and exhibitor showcases. Offer a range of options that provide value for sponsors while maximising your event’s revenue potential.

Leverage early-bird and package deals Implementing early-bird discounts and bundled packages encourages early commitments from both attendees and sponsors. Being able to promote key early partnerships makes the decision for others seem less risky and not only boosts revenue but allows you to create a sense of urgency, driving higher participation rates.

Utilise multi-channel marketing Effectively market your event through various channels—social media, email campaigns, and industry publications. Ensure consistent messaging that highlights the unique value your event delivers. Leverage these channels to drive awareness, engage potential attendees, and attract sponsors.

Creating a winning sales plan is vital in ensuring the commercial success and long-term viability of your professional event. By understanding your audience, defining your unique selling proposition, building strategic partnerships, creating bespoke sponsorship packages, offering early-bird deals, and utilising multi-channel marketing, you will create a strong platform to build a profitable event to exceed your financial objectives.

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THE BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESSFUL EVENTS: 6. A well-crafted marketing plan

Effective marketing is vital to any successful event. Your marketing campaign will not only attract your target audience but also builds the anticipation and excitement for your event. In this blog we will outline the key steps to build a professional event marketing plan that ensures your message resonates and your event stands out.

Know your audience Understanding your audience is the cornerstone of successful event marketing. Who do you want to attend? What are their interests and challenges? Tailor your marketing messages to resonate with your target audience to create a connection that goes beyond the event itself. If your marketing shows that you understand the business problems your prospective audience face, they are much more likely to attend your event to find the solutions they require.

Define your unique value proposition What sets your event apart? Identify your unique value proposition – the distinctive elements that make your event a must-attend. Your event is often competing with numerous other events and demands on your target attendee’s time and interest. Whether it’s amazing speakers, innovative content, or awesome networking opportunities, highlight these aspects in your marketing materials.

Multi-channel marketing approach Diversify your marketing channels to reach a broader audience. Utilise social media, email campaigns, content marketing, and partnerships to create a comprehensive and engaging promotional strategy. Consistency across channels is key for building a strong brand presence. If your event is b2b rather than b2c you may be better focussing more of you marketing efforts through LinkedIn rather than radio and vice versa. Continually measure, tweak and refine your marketing strategy to optimise success.

Create compelling content Create content that not only informs but captivates. Develop engaging blog posts, videos, and visuals that provide a sneak peek into what attendees can expect.  Leverage storytelling to create a narrative that builds excitement and anticipation.

Utilise strategic partnerships and influencer Leverage industry partnerships and influencers to amplify your reach. Identify key figures or organisations in your industry and collaborate to extend your event’s visibility to their audience. Influencers can provide authentic endorsements, adding credibility to your marketing efforts.

Build anticipation with a countdown campaign Use your chosen marketing channels to create a sense of urgency, reminding your audience of the impending event. Utilise teasers, behind-the-scenes content, and exclusive announcements to continue to build excitement. Maximise the FOMO (fear of missing out) amongst your prospective attendees with “Don’t miss out”, “Last chance to”, or “Last remaining” marketing messages.

Harness the power of data Monitor and analyse data throughout your marketing campaign. Track engagement, measure the effectiveness of different channels, and gather insights into your audience’s preferences.

Creating a professional marketing plan is a complex process that requires a deep understanding of your audience, a compelling narrative, and strategic deployment across various channels. Implementing these marketing strategies will ensure your event not only meets but exceeds expectations.

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THE BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESSFUL EVENTS: 5.Choosing the perfect venue & date

In this post we’ll get to grips with everything you need to consider when making two critical decisions that can significantly impact the success of your event – choosing the right venue and selecting the perfect event date.

When to start looking for a venue Begin your venue search early, ideally at least eight months in advance. Define your budget, estimated event size, and determine space requirements before starting your search.

Define your event’s purpose and requirements Before diving into venue options, it’s crucial that you have understood the purpose of the event and any specific requirements. Consider factors such as the event’s size, format, and any special needs or preferences. Clearly outlining your event’s objectives will guide your venue search in the right direction.

Understand your target audience Consider the demographics, preferences, and accessibility needs of your attendees. If your audience consists mainly of professionals, a central and easily accessible location may be preferable. If you’re planning networking drinks, attendees may wish to travel by public transport. Your venue should resonate with your target audience.

Budget considerations Clearly, define your budget constraints and allocate a portion for the venue. Keep in mind that the venue cost may include not only the hire fee but also additional expenses such as catering, audio-visual equipment, furniture, and decor. Be transparent about your budget when negotiating with venues to avoid any surprises later. It may be possible to reserve the venue for a period before booking which can provide some much needed breathing space in the early stages of your event planning process.

Capacity and layout Ensure the venue can accommodate your expected number of attendees. Choose a flexible venue that can adapt to your event’s changing needs. If it is a launch event which you plan on repeating each year you’ll want to choose a venue within which the event can grow.

Ambiance and aesthetics Consider the venue’s ambiance and aesthetics to create the desired atmosphere. Visit potential venues to ensure that their style aligns with your event vision.

Technical capabilities Check for necessary audio-visual facilities, lighting, and internet connectivity. Onsite technical support is crucial for events relying on audio-visual elements as if this fails on the day without support your event could be significantly impacted.

Preferred suppliers Some venues stipulate that you must use their preferred suppliers. Check with them if this is the case and make sure that their suppliers can offer you what you need within your budget before making any booking.


Consider industry and seasonal trends Be aware of industry trends and seasonal variations that may affect attendance. Optimal days for professional events are usually Tuesday to Thursday to leave a clear gap from the weekend. Try also where possible to avoid dates within or close to school holidays to give yourself the best chance of maximum attendance.

Check for conflicts Avoid scheduling your event on major holidays, industry conferences, or other significant events. Ensure minimal competition for attendance and for sponsor and exhibitor budget.

Weather considerations The British weather can never be relied upon. For outdoor events or those reliant on fair weather, have contingency plans if the worst happens.

Lead time for planning Choose a date that allows ample time for effective organisation and marketing, especially for large-scale events requiring extensive logistical preparations.

Flexibility Having a specific date in mind is great, but being open and flexible should widen your options. The more options you have the better your chances of finding the perfect venue and best suppliers.

Choosing the right venue and event date are integral to event success. By carefully considering the purpose of your event, understanding your audience, and thoroughly vetting potential venues and dates, you give yourself a great platform for a successful and memorable event.

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Creating a successful event requires a collaborative effort from a team of skilled professionals who bring diverse but complimentary talents to the table. Every event is different and therefore the exact makeup of the perfect team will change from one event to the next. There are however some core skillsets which every crack team will need to deliver a successful event. Taking inspiration from 80s action television series The A-Team, let’s look at why Hannibal and his team were so successful.

Event manager: John “Hannibal” Smith was the leader of The A-Team, and just like any great event manager he was a master of strategy and planning. He set his team up for success through great planning, delegation and by uniting them in working towards a common goal. The event manager needs to oversee and unite all aspects of the event to keep it on track to achieve its goals and objectives. This individual needs to be an ‘all-rounder’ with a good head for figures to manage the budget, along with expertise in strategy and organisation, whilst having the ability to motivate and manage multiple team members and tasks simultaneously. A successful events team needs a Hannibal, someone who can set clear goals, formulate a winning strategy, and lead the team toward achieving their objectives against the agreed event brief. They, like Hannibal, love it when a plan comes together!

Marketing & Design: “Howling Mad” Murdoch brought the creative flair and out of the box thinking which every event team needs to create memorable event experiences. This team member should be well-versed in digital marketing, content creation, social media strategies, and in the creation of compelling promotional materials and PR opportunities. Your marketing and design expert will create compelling content and promote across all channels to generate awareness, excitement, and optimise event attendance. Their role is crucial in reaching and engaging your target audience.

Business Development & Partnerships: Templeton “Faceman” Peck was the charismatic and resourceful member of the A-Team. He was persuasive and a great negotiator, always providing whatever his team needed to succeed. The role of business development and partnerships manager within your event team is one which can make the different between your event hitting its goals or not. Like ‘Face’ this team member should be an excellent communicator and able to quickly build rapport with new partners, establishing event value and creating ‘win-win’ partnerships. Strong partnerships are key to any successful event whether they be sponsors, exhibitors, media or industry associations, each type of partnership can contribute in its own way to event success.

Operations & Technical: B.A. Baracus was always working hard to manage the A-Team’s logistical and technical needs. Just like BA for the A-Team, the operational role is crucial within successful event teams to ensure that everything runs smoothly behind the scenes. This individual should have a keen eye for detail, be innovative, and able to think on their feet. Experience in managing suppliers, and overseeing on-site operations is invaluable here. I pity the team that doesn’t have someone with this expertise!

In the world of event planning, assembling your own A-Team is vital to success. Each team member plays a pivotal role, contributing their unique skills to achieve your common goal. By emulating the dynamic synergy of the A-Team, your event is bound to be huge success!

If you have a problem. If no one else can help. And if you can find them.👋 Maybe you can hire the Cognition Events A-Team for your next event.

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THE BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESSFUL EVENTS: 3. A comprehensive event budget

Congratulations! You’ve won the business with the help of the ‘tight event brief and ‘great event proposal’. You now need to get busy planning the event. Your next step is to create a comprehensive event budget. Whether you’re organising a professional conference, product launch, or business seminar, a well-thought-out budget ensures that you stay on track financially and allows you to allocate resources efficiently. Now let’s have a look at the key components you’ll want to include.

Budget document Create a working document which breaks down your overall event budget into specific cost categories including venue, catering, marketing, audio visual, and miscellaneous expenses. You should update it regularly to track all outgoing costs plus any incoming revenues. This document can provide you with a useful snapshot of where your finances are at any point in the event planning cycle enabling you to stay within your financial limits and providing valuable insights for future event planning.

Research and gather quotes Thorough research is a fundamental part of a reliable event budget. Reach out to potential suppliers, venues, and service providers to gather detailed proposals and quotes. Try to pull together  three comparable supplier quotes for each event element and negotiate prices where possible to ensure you work with suppliers who best meet your needs whilst offering great value for money.

Venue hire The venue is often a significant portion of the event budget. Some venues will include furniture, audio visual, Wi-Fi and may even offer free car parking for attendees. Check what the venue will provide is of a high enough standard to meet your needs and factor any such extra inclusions when comparing venue hire costs. For venues not including the same provisions you will need to pay to hire these elements separately which will increase the time required to source their supply and deal with additional suppliers. Be sure to note any extra fees or deposits required by the venue.

Catering The quality and service levels of your event catering can significantly impact overall attendee experience in both positive and negative ways. For paid events in particular, attendees will expect the quality of food and drink to be in line with the ticket price and event style. Try to finalise your catering order as late as possible which should allow you to have a good idea of final numbers. This will keep catering costs and food waste to a minimum.

Marketing and promotion Effectively promoting your event is vital to its success. Allocate a portion of your budget to marketing and promotional activities, including content creation, digital and print materials, social media advertising, and any collaborations with influencers or media.

Technology and audio-visual needs In today’s digital age, technology plays a vital role in events. Event attendees now expect access to reliable Wi-Fi. Many events will need to budget for audio-visual equipment, lighting, a PA and sound system, videographer, online streaming platform, and any other event specific technology requirements. Factor in technical support and device contingency plans to mitigate against potential issues during the event.

Speaker and talent fees If your event will include expert speakers, performers, or special guests, you may need to budget for their fee, as well as travel, and accommodation expenses. Clarify all financial arrangements with speakers well in advance to avoid last-minute budget surprises.

Contingency fund No matter how meticulously you plan, unexpected expenses can arise. Allocate a percentage of your budget to a contingency fund to handle unforeseen costs and emergencies. This buffer ensures that you can adapt to changes without compromising the quality of your event or going over budget.

Creating a comprehensive event budget is a key part of successful event planning. By carefully considering and accounting for all relevant expenses, and income you can ensure that your event stays within agreed financial parameters and on course for success.

Follow us for the next blog in our series during which we’ll share our insights on how to ‘Assemble your event A-Team.’

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A great proposal is an integral component of the blueprint for event success and when done correctly it helps your client understand how you will bring their vision to life. Your ability to create a great proposal for your client will be determined by how well-crafted your event brief is. (see blog 1- ‘The importance of a tight event brief’). In this post, I’ll guide you through the process of creating an event proposal that not only meets but exceeds your client’s expectations.

Understand the event brief inside out  Study every detail of the event brief to ensure your proposal will meet every client requirement. Familiarise yourself with the event’s objectives and goals which will allow you to focus your proposal on your client’s desired outcome and importantly allow you to measure event success. Pay close attention to the budget, timeline, and any other constraints or preferences outlined in the brief.

Tailor your approach  Avoid using generic templates or language. Instead, customise the event proposal to show that you have understood the client needs and vision for the event. Highlight how your proposal aligns with their goals and addresses their specific requirements. Emphasise the unique elements you’ll incorporate to make the event memorable and incorporate elements which show key points of difference between you and your competitors.

Breakdown the proposal  A well-structured event proposal is easier for your client to navigate and understand. Break it down into clear sections, including:

  • Event overview: Begin with a concise overview that summarises the event’s key details and objectives.
  • Budget: Provide a detailed budget breakdown, demonstrating that you can work within the financial constraints defined in the brief.
  • Event design: Describe your creative vision for the event, including the theme, décor, and any special elements you plan to include.
  • Timeline: Present a clear and realistic event timeline, showing how you will meet all milestones and deadlines.
  • Supplier and venue selection: Explain your choices for suppliers, venues, and any partners involved in the event.
  • Additional services: Detail any extra services or features you can provide to enhance the event further.
  • Client benefits: Highlight the advantages of working with your team, emphasising your expertise and commitment to the project.
  • Testimonials and references: If possible, include client testimonials or references to build trust and credibility.

Professional presentation  Your event proposal should not only be content-rich but also visually appealing and well-organised. Use professional formatting, include images, graphics, and diagrams where relevant, and proofread the document to ensure it’s free from errors.

The ability to create great proposals is a vital ingredient for event success. By thoroughly understanding the brief, customising your approach, breaking down the proposal into clear sections, and presenting it professionally, you can demonstrate your commitment and ability to deliver an exceptional event.


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THE BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESSFUL EVENTS: 1.The importance of a tight event brief

Organising a professional event is no small feat. Whether it’s a corporate conference, a product launch, a trade show, or a team-building workshop, each event comes with its own unique set of goals, challenges, and expectations. To ensure that your event is executed flawlessly and with as little stress as possible, a tight event brief is vital for success. In this blog post, we’ll explore the importance of a well-thought-out and considered event brief and how it can make or break your event planning process.

What is an event brief?  An event brief is a comprehensive document that outlines the objectives, expectations, scope, and logistics of an event. It serves as a roadmap for everyone involved, including event planners, suppliers, and stakeholders. A tight event brief is characterised by its clarity, specificity, and attention to detail. The event brief should naturally include event critical information such as date, time, format, location, and audience but it should also answer key questions such as ‘Why is the event being organised?’, ‘How will success be measured?’ and ‘What kind of experience do we want to create?’ At the beginning of every event planning journey, the event brief acts to ensure all stakeholders are aligned and agreed on all aspects of the event. This keeps the planning process as time and cost efficient as possible for everyone involved and all elements of the event in line with stakeholder expectations and on course for the delivery of a successful event.

Why is a tight event brief important?

Clarity of purpose  A clear event brief crystallises the purpose and goals of the event, making it easier for everyone involved to understand what needs to be achieved. With a clear brief, you can steer your team and stakeholders towards a common vision, ensuring that the event’s objectives are met.

Efficient resource allocation  Events often require substantial resources, both financial and human. An event brief that outlines the scope and scale of the event helps you allocate all of these resources efficiently. You’ll know precisely what you need in terms of budget, personnel, and equipment, preventing last-minute scrambles and unbudgeted overspend.

Supplier coordination  For most professional events, various suppliers such as caterers, AV providers and decorators, are involved. A concise event brief provides suppliers with all the information they need to deliver their services effectively and in line with your desired outcome. This minimises misunderstandings, reduces the likelihood of errors, and streamlines communication.

Timely decision-making  Events involve countless decisions, from choosing a venue and designing promotional materials to selecting speakers and creating an agenda. A detailed event brief simplifies the decision-making process. You can refer back to the brief when faced with choices, ensuring that your decisions align with the event’s goals and vision.

Risk mitigation Any experienced event manager will know that even with all the planning in the world no event is without its share of risks and potential hiccups. A well-crafted event brief allows you to identify and assess risks in advance, helping you develop contingency plans and inform any decisions you need to take to mitigate during the event. By addressing potential issues before they arise, you can minimize the impact of unexpected challenges.

Accountability Accountability is crucial in event planning. With a tight event brief, responsibilities are clearly defined. This enables team members and stakeholders to understand their roles and expectations, reducing the likelihood of misunderstandings or finger-pointing in case something goes wrong.

Evaluation and improvement  After the event is over, a comprehensive event brief serves as a valuable tool for evaluation. You can measure the success of the event against the initial objectives and make informed decisions about improvements for future events. A well-documented event brief can be a source of insights and learning.

In the world of professional event planning, a tight event brief is your compass, guiding you through the complexities of organising a successful event. It provides clarity, efficiency, and a strong foundation for collaboration. It might seem like a time consuming exercise but by investing effort upfront into crafting a thorough brief, you can ensure that your event is not just an event but an unforgettable experience that achieves its goals and leaves a lasting impact on your attendees and stakeholders.   Remember, when it comes to event planning, the devil is in the details, and a well-prepared event brief is your key to success.

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Making Events Extraordinary: Unveiling the Magic Behind Cognition Events

Today, we’re thrilled to pull back the curtains and invite you all to discover the secret sauce behind the unforgettable events we create at Cognition Events. 🎪✨

🎉 We Don’t Just Plan Events, We Curate Experiences

At Cognition Events, we believe that events are not merely gatherings; they are transformative experiences that leave lasting memories. We meticulously curate every detail, from the captivating ambiance to the immersive activities, to ensure that each event we craft is an extraordinary journey for attendees.

💡 Innovation Meets Imagination

Innovation is our compass, and imagination is our fuel. We constantly push the boundaries of event design, seeking fresh and imaginative ways to captivate audiences. Whether it’s incorporating cutting-edge technology, interactive elements, or awe-inspiring themes, our team of creative wizards will make your event an unparalleled spectacle.

🌍 Sustainability is at the Heart of What We Do

In this era of conscious living, sustainability is no longer an option; it’s an imperative. At Cognition Events, we embrace eco-conscious practices and integrate sustainable solutions into every aspect of our events. From eco-friendly materials to energy-efficient setups, we’re dedicated to reducing our carbon footprint while delivering exceptional experiences.

🤝 Collaboration is the Key to Success

Behind every incredible event is a collaborative symphony. We thrive on building strong partnerships with our clients, suppliers, and industry experts. By truly understanding your vision and objectives, we co-create unforgettable moments that exceed expectations. Together, we transform ideas into reality, leaving a lasting impact on your audience.

📚 Unleashing the Power of Knowledge

We’re not just event enthusiasts; we’re lifelong learners. Our team stays ahead of the curve, constantly seeking inspiration and knowledge to infuse into our events. We delve deep into industry trends, emerging technologies, and experiential strategies, ensuring that our clients benefit from the latest insights and trends in event management.

✨ Stellar Events, Happy Clients

The true measure of our success lies in the smiles on our clients’ faces. We’re proud to have received accolades and testimonials from satisfied clients who have witnessed the magic we create. From intimate corporate gatherings to grand-scale business conferences, we approach each event with the same dedication and passion, ensuring an exceptional outcome every time.

💫 Ready to Create the Extraordinary?

If you’re ready to take your next event to breathtaking heights, let’s connect! Whether it’s a business conference, a dazzling awards ceremony, or an immersive brand activation, Cognition Events is here to transform your vision into an extraordinary reality.

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We’re excited to launch our new website!

Like many service businesses we put all our efforts into making our clients look amazing whilst sometimes forgetting the importance of doing the same for our own. The belief being that if our clients are happy then we are too. This mindset has served us well as we continue to work with many happy clients who’ve been with us from the start of our journey and form the bedrock of our business.

2023 saw Cognition Events enter our fifth year of trading and we’re aiming to reach further and show the ambition we believe is required to grow through the launch of our new brand and website. We’ve survived Covid-19 with the shut down of in person events, and even as we move into a new year of continuing economic uncertainty we are confident in the exceptional value we offer our clients all over the UK and in the certainty of events continuing to offer the best way for people and businesses to network, connect, experience and learn.

To achieve our goals of raising the profile of Cognition Events and strengthening our online presence we realised the importance of re-energising our brand, our logo and our website and we’re thrilled with the fresh and modern look we have now achieved and how well it embodies our brand personality and values.  The design is professional, considered, clear and concise making it easy for clients to navigate.

We have refreshed our website’s content to ensure that it is engaging, and reflects our brand message. Our goal is to provide our customers with the information they need to make informed decisions about our business, our services and how we can help them with their next event project.

We’ve added a ‘News’ section to the website where we’ll host event industry news with a focus on technology and innovation, as well as our own blog posts offering insight on the latest events we are working on for our clients and those which we run ourselves.

We hope that our new website will provide our customers with an exceptional experience and make it easier for them to connect with us. We are committed to continuously improving our website and welcome any feedback or suggestions.

Thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to hearing from you through our new website!