When you’re focused on organising everyone and everything to get ready for event day its easy to forget who you are organising the event for. Too often companies and organisations use the same format for all their events regardless of type or industry, which maybe a mistake. Tailoring your event to individual attendees is hugely beneficial for the audience experience,
Jenny inc is an Event Management Company based in Hertfordshire. We create and manage events for a range of clients and industries with 10 years experience in the events industry. We have a wealth of knowledge, ideas and experience that we bring to every event we take on.
We have worked with a number of amazing venues and suppliers over the years all over the UK and further afield for all types of events, giving us the knowledge needed when it comes to helping you plan your event.
Our clients come from a range of industries from not-for-profit organisations, community and corporate clients and we have a good understanding of the event needs for different audiences and clients
Jenny Inc was established by Owner and Experienced Event Manager Jenny Phillips, after 11 years freelancing for a vast array of companies and industries all over the world she decided it was time to build this into a company offering the best service for events, creating a great environment to work in with an amazing team of talented people who love their jobs to work with.
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If you have ever spent time contracting or freelancing for different companies or organisations you realise pretty quickly that most companies don’t work in the same way, and although the job title might be the same it never seems to be the same role. Of course, the fundamentals of planning an event are the same but what that includes
Most events need to at least break even to keep going, and this usually can’t be done just by ticket sales alone, getting sponsors on board can massively increase the revenue for events and actually improve exposure, but it isn’t always easy to sign up sponsors and importantly keep them coming back year on year. Conferences are always a
Sometimes it might not always be obvious why the revenue numbers drop on events. Some long standing events can enjoy years of good numbers, then they start to dwindle. Some of this can be industry specific, drop in the market for instance, but there are a number of ways you can look more carefully at your event to try
The silent disco has moved to conferences, the perfect idea for speakers and presentations held in exhibitions halls. Having seen the silent conference at work in several exhibitions lately I can’t help but think this is a great solution to holding sessions and presentations on the exhibition floor. When I first started in the events industry I worked on
When you have events that need to bring in revenue and create a profit to survive keeping a tight budget on costs is key, however is the scrimping and saving on all costs for the event really helping to sustain the event each year and even grow it into something more substantial? Doing an event on the cheap is