EventBeat keen to make good impression at EN Entrepreneur of the Year Awards 2014
EventBeat were in attendance at the recent EN Entrepreneur of the Year Awards 2014, which took place at The Mere Golf Resort & Spa in Knutsford.
Our very own Nick Johnson, was there to present the award for the Most Entrepreneurial PR/Marketing Firm of the Year to the worthy winners, ICG.
On the 16th of October, the picturesque backdrop of Mere Golf Resort & Spa was the setting for the EN Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.
The host of the evening was none other than the extremely skilled stand-up comic, actor and television impressionist, Alistair McGowan.
Throughout the duration of the evening, the 260 strong audience were fortunate to witness a comic masterclass; as famous figures such as David Beckham, Adrian Chiles and Jonathan Ross were frivolously impersonated with frightening accuracy.
The lighthearted atmosphere led to an entertaining event, which was a great success and thoroughly enjoyed by all who were in attendance.
EventBeat were the main sponsor of the evening, in order to raise awareness and encourage entrepreneurs in the North West region, especially with regards to the PR and Marketing aspect of businesses.
Nick Johnson, EventBeat’s company director, bravely shared the stage with a clearly animated Alistair McGowan, who was growing into his role of host as he humorously ridiculed anyone insight.
The duo proceeded to award ICG with the award for the Most Entrepreneurial PR/Marketing Firm of the Year, a highly appropriate field for EventBeat to endorse.
The EN Awards celebrated their 13th anniversary of hosting the North West-based Entrepreneur of the Year.
In that time they have been able to be an entrepreneurial influence and build a reputation as the region’s top accolade for owner-managed businesses.
As well as being one of the sponsors of the evening, EventBeat also created a bespoke web feed, complete with a live Twitter Wall which was operational during the event.
Guests in attendance were able to comment on the proceedings, whilst also publishing images of themselves in their dinner suits/dresses.
The web feed was controlled by EventBeat to ensure any offensive images and comments did not make their way onto the screens.
OVER 5 YEARS AGO BY JAMES O'ROURKE