Over two dozen new additions to the LiveBuzz roster for 2017
LiveBuzz, the leading event registration, website and staffing provider, has added a further 26 exhibitions and conferences to its client roster in what is already shaping up to be a stellar 2017.
Included in the list of new additions is Haymarket's Cereals show, the UK's leading arable farming show. The annual transformation of an arable site into a large-scale event site presents a range of unique technical and logistical challenges as 24,000 farmers descend on the venue - a working farm in Boothby Graffoe, Lincolnshire.
LiveBuzz's excellent track record in exhibitor services and data capture played a critical part in winning the Cereals contract - as it did with securing Fit Show 2017, to be held at the NEC in May. Spread across three halls at the Birmingham venue, Fit Show is the largest trade event for fabricators and installers in the window, door and conservatory industry.
Other new shows on the roster include several examples of clients signing up for LiveBuzz's integrated offering across event registration, websites and staffing. These include The Fireplace Marketing Company, organisers of the Hearth & Home Exhibition in Harrogate in June. The Warwickshire based outfit has commissioned LiveBuzz to supply both website and event registration services.
In a similar vein, Vision London have signed up to use LiveBuzz for event registration and website design for their 2017 show, a two day exhibition and seminar programme aimed at architects and designers.
In the conference space, LiveBuzz has added the Business and Education Summit, on behalf of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC). This piece of work was earned off the back of supporting the hugely successful Global Business Network Live event last year. The BCC also brought their Annual Conference to LiveBuzz, an event which took place at the QEII Conference Centre last month.
Other noteworthy new business additions for 2017 include Food Matters Live, featuring over 800 exhibitors at ExCeL in November, and a series of three "Uncovered" drinks tasting roadshows on behalf of national drinks wholesaler, Matthew Clark.
Commenting on the new wins, Emma Eveleigh, joint managing director at LiveBuzz, said: "LiveBuzz's success is based on understanding our clients' needs and finding solutions to make organisers' events more successful. Our reputation for innovation and delivery has been hard earned. 2017 looks set to be another record year and we're excited about what the future holds."