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Manchester based award winning female Founder leads the way in troubled UK events industry

Female founded events agency, Make Events is set to make waves in the UK events industry, yet again, by putting on their own virtual event for customers, The Make Events Show on 26th March 2021.

Holly Moore, CEO and Founder will co-host the event with BBC Morning Live’s (and former Manchester resident) Gethin Jones, the afternoon will include appearances from Denise Van Outen, Dr Ranj Singh and Vernon Kay.

Holly and Gethin met in 2018 when Gethin hosted the Manchester PA Award organised by Make Events: “I’m chuffed to bits to support my good friend Holly Moore. Like so many, the events industry was hit so hard. Holly has been a leading light in not giving up, and pivoting. Excited to be involved to showcase how you can adapt your events into the new world…”

The event is set to connect audiences with their brand but also show customers just how powerful a virtual event can be.

Holly Moore comments: “there is still a misunderstanding on the capabilities of a professional virtual event, how far it can reach and what content can be created. Even blue-chip companies are settling for the mediocre Zoom experience.”

The event industry has been hit hard and with many agencies having to close their doors, Make Events has been a shining light of positivity not only in the North West but across the country.

Holly Moore, Founder and CEO said: “We want to showcase how exciting and engaging a virtual event can be. There will be high energy to show the possibilities to companies who are considering creating these experiences to their clients or teams!”

The afternoon will also include an events industry panel, a Home Edit with local designer, Kim Minchin and an interview with Paul Cheetham, author and CEO of Sedulo Group based in Manchester.

Further line up is soon to be released along with the dedicated event website.

Make Events will also be raising money for FareShare during the show, the charity brought into the spotlight in 2020 by the campaign by Manchester United footballer, Marcus Rashford.

The company announced the event via an “everything goes wrong” spoof video call from the Make Events Conference Committee. Jackie Weaver moment included! Watch the video here.

Over the last year, Make Events has seen their virtual event offering increase in demand and the company responds to their client needs with the creation of new products and services including studio and remote virtual events, a content studio offering graphic design, branded printing, video creation and photography, expanded their prop shop, created a bespoke gift box solution and re-branded its sister company, HM Events, offering private parties.

Join them at 1pm on 26th March for an exciting and engaging virtual experience! Sign up here

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