#ChooseLove fundraising support
All through the month of December we have been helping Vodafone Foundation to support their #ChooseLove fundraising campaign.
Intimacy at the NEC
We’ve recently uploaded our new case study looking at the event we delivered for Unite Students.
An ambitious ‘all hands’ meeting at the NEC for over a thousand employees to communicate strategy, celebrate achievements, outline future challenges, and recognise top performers.
But not just be another ‘big meeting in a big hall’. That was our brief.
Best Awards Supplier 2017
We are delighted to have won GOLD for BEST AWARDS SUPPLIER at the inaugural Awards Awards ceremony, held at The Plaisterers’ Hall on Friday 12th May 2017.
A huge congratulations to the entire team and all of the hard work put in over the last twelve months.
Insight: Eight ideas to make your leadership event cascadable
By Steve Quah & Andrew Harvey
How do you effectively cascade the key messages from leadership events to the whole organisation? This is one of several issues that Communications Directors have raised with us recently. These and other such topics are described here. But it’s a question that’s been around for years. Just how do you spread the messages from your high-level events across the whole organisation?
Insight: Six Burning Issues
Six issues keeping Communications Directors awake at night (maybe)
By Steve Quah
Like most creative agencies, we spend a certain amount of our time and our resources looking for new business. So, over the space of a couple of days, we recently met with over 40 Communication Directors at the 2016 Communication Directors’ Forum. Exhausting, but rewarding. And, as the Walrus said to the Carpenter, we could ‘talk of many things.’
For the 6th year running, Cheerful Twentyfirst is very proud to nominate Help for Heroes as its Christmas charity for 2016.
Insight: All the World’s a Stage
How theatre influences your events
By Peter MacKenzie Litten
Not so long ago, the term ‘business theatre’ was regularly bandied about in the events sector. Perhaps the phrase was coined to give some added kudos to what clients and production agencies were doing at the time. It always sounded a bit pretentious, that’s for sure.
Whatever the reason, it’s heard less often in conversations these days; even though some events have elements that are pure theatre – especially when actors, dancers and musicians are involved.