- Brighton, GB
- £15 /hr
- Available now
Event Producer in Brighton
Event Producer available for projects at any time. I can recruit and manage my own production team if needed, develop production plans and offer consultation.
My most recentmore...Event Producer available for projects at any time. I can recruit and manage my own production team if needed, develop production plans and offer consultation.
My most recent project was producing the ready-to-wear fashion shows and shopping event at the Corn Exchange in Brighton for Brighton Fashion Week 2011; this was a 7 hour event with a rolling capacity of 700 people. I have executed events for high profile clients such as GQ, Mulberry, Transport for London, and the Princes Trust.
Area Covered: Brighton, Surrey, London
Summary: Event Production
Corporate Sponsorship and Sales
Project /operations Management
Social Programme Management
Job Title: Social Programme Coordinator
Company: British Study Centres
Description: Core Activities:
overall organisation of the school's social and cultural exchange programme for adult students
managing intern-ships and temporary staff
run bi-monthly Job Club for students to gain work and interview guidance
blog writing for school news, events and updates
visa applications and accountancy
timetabling of activities and making booking with suppliers and venues
coordinating and planning student arrivals, departures and transfers
Job Title: Event Producer
Company: Brighton Fashion Week
Description: Organised and planned the Ready-to-Wear fashion shows and shopping Emporium for a 700 capacity venue, the Corn Exchange in Brighton. I led and recruited the production team on the event to deliver a successful show, exceeding 2010 targets aiming to attract and add value to sponsors, exhibitors, designer and create high-profile press coverage. I oversaw the social marketing of the event, social buying strategy, negotiated partner and sponsorship contracts, project time-line and event show-plan.
Job Title: Course Director
Company: EF Education First
Description: Overall organisation of the summer school for 2,500 students including managing a team of 100
Daily briefings and allocating international and mono-national students to class and activity groups
Recruitment, training, staff planning and payroll
Timetabling of lessons and providing academic support to teaching staff
Coordinating and planning student arrivals, departures and the EU Language Travel Conference in Brighton
Job Title: Property Negotiator
Description: Worked as a lettings negotiator in one of the UK"s most dynamic and fast paced industries
Building relationships with tenants to gain a thorough understanding of their requirements
Provided daily consultation with Applicants and Landlords
Delivering excellent front office customer service and checking property standards
Liaising and negotiating with Landlords, maximising benefits of a deal for all parties
Dealing with lettings deal files and move-ins as swiftly as possible
Won "Best Short Lets Negotiator" nominated by our corporate team in January and February 2010 for outstanding performance in my role
Won 'Best Short Lets Negotiator in East London region' in recognition of weekly deals for January 2010
Achieved best deal figures for the month of January in 2010 in the Shoreditch office.
Job Title: Junior Consultant/ Events Manager
Company: Clarke Mulder Purdie
Description: Large focus on generating new business accounts in this role
Co-run the email marketing campaigns and High Rise new business database system
Developed public relations portfolio for Cable&Wireless, Amadeus HBG, and internal company PR, pitching to media outlets, sending press releases and securing by-lines and features
Working for new clients Freshtel, and the Commission for a Sustainable London 2012, focusing on events, awards and pro-active media opportunities
Training co-ordination, HR and creative design roles.
Media Relations – worked for client such as, Cable&Wireless, Imago, DataFlux, London Sustainability Commission, the London Health Commission, and the London Child Poverty Commission
Administration and reporting – for clients" coverage in media and office management, wrote minutes for meetings. Ran petty cash, organised office orders, and company time planner
Running business meetings – negotiated deals for office supplies and office management
PA duties to Directors and managing company diary
HR – ran the work experience placements, trained 5 new starters and organised annual training schedule for employees. Produced advertisements for job vacancies
IT Management – Role included company asset management.
Managed and organised new business events, sourcing venues, organising logistics, databases, liaising with the venue staff. Ran debate sessions for communications professionals and a "Lunch with Paul Mason from BBC Newsnight", inviting CEO"s and Director"s from the communications industry
Designed company HR handbook the "aspire guide"
Re-designed the office and created new working environment for increasing capacity
Produced invites for new business events
Designed email marketing templates and liaised and worked with creative agencies, printers and suppliers on a daily basis.
Job Title: Events Assistant
Company: Admiral Events
Description: (Freelance part-time)
I executed events for high profile clients such as GQ, Mulberry, Transport for London, and the Prince"s Trust. Adapted to constantly changing team. Took responsibility for supporting new staff and coordinating tasks. I showcased studio space and supported Event Managers.
Job Title: Activity Leader
Company: EF Education First
Description: (full time contracts)
During these two summers, I worked with staff from around the world at this world-renowned language school. The role involved the organisation of events for groups of international students to make their stay in Brighton as enjoyable, enriching and memorable as possible. The role included office administration, delegation of duties, daily meetings, finance management, and venue liaison.
Job Title: Design Work Placement
Company: Vivienne Westwood
Education Summary: Training Courses/Qualifications:
TEFL - teaching English
Events Fundamentals- logistics, venue liaison, time management, event processes and functions
CIPR: Role of the Account Executive- course in media relations, selling-in, and pro-active thinking
Essential Media Relations-Broadcast PR, film, broad look at communications industry
CIPR: Developing New Business -learnt about different approaches to networking and company marketing, how to build business relationships, and work new business thinking into job role
Developing a strong business-to business brand - learnt about the differing and important streams of brand building and management
Various Journalist and PR training sessions at PR agency how to approach Journalists and improve media communication skills and new media techniques
FeaturesExec - mastering the FeaturesExec website for efficient content research on journalists and media outlets
i.send - email marketing training for company monthly marketing campaigns.
2004 -2007 University of Sussex, Brighton
BA(Hons) Politics & Sociology Degree Classification: 2:1
Modern Political Philosophy, Sociology of the Everyday Life, Comparative Politics 1&2, Politics of Race and Ethnicity, Political Sociology, Political Corruption, Sociological Research Methods 1&2, Sociology Research Project, Sociology of Deviance, Politics of the European Union.
2002 -2004 Warlingham Sixth Form College
3 A Levels: Grades A-C (Art & Design (A), Politics (B) and Geography (C))
2 AS Levels: Grades A-C (Design & Technology (A), Critical Thinking (C))
1997 -2002 Warlingham County Secondary School
11 GCSEs: Grades A*-C (Inc. Maths, English Language & Literature, and Science)