Event Management

Broadgate Mainland has wide ranging experience in arranging events large and small. Our team pride themselves on making the most of your budget to ensure your event stands out and will deliver excellent value down to the last detail.

Whether you have specific requirements or are looking for imaginative ideas, we would be happy to discuss how we can help make your event a success.


More Event Management News

  • Broadgate Mainland launches ‘Hack to the Future’
    Broadgate Mainland, the leading financial and professional services PR agency, has launched its young journalist networking initiative, ‘Hack to the Future’.  The inaugural event took place on Wednesday night at the Adventure Bar in Covent Garden. ‘Hack to the Future’ provides a forum for journalists, relatively new to the financial and professional services industry, to […]
  • Neil Mainland Go-Karting challenge 2013 raises £10,000 for cancer charities
    Last night saw the second annual Neil Mainland Go-Karting fundraiser in aid of the Bobby Moore Fund and MacMillan Cancer Support.  Over 50 people raced in teams in the hope to reach the top of the podium and be crowned this year’s champions.  The trophy was hotly contested but it was Team Mainland that accelerated […]
  • Broadgate Mainland hosts Third Networking event
    This week saw the third ‘BM Network’ event take place where around 40 clients and contacts of Broadgate Mainland heard motivational speaker and ultra marathon runner, Chris Moon, discuss ‘Succeeding in Adversity’. The event, which took place in the Studio Bar at the Andaz Hotel, allows our clients to meet and network in a relaxed […]
  • Celebrating the best of British
    In the midst of post Olympics celebrations, and the nation held in raptures by the heroics of team GB and their continued success in the Paralympics, it seems fitting that there was another night of celebration honouring those deemed at the pinnacle of their profession. The Morningstar OBSR Honours Award, now in its fifth year, […]
  • London – the quiet city, the happy city
    Since the first day of the Olympics, a strange hush has descended upon our city which has paradoxically accompanied the gold medal euphoria of the Team GB gold rush. Commuter trains are strangely empty, seats all round. Barricades for crowd control quietly came down; Boris’s dulcet tones which had graced all forms of public transport […]

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