London (PRWEB UK) 26 May 2013
A new website is being launched this week by Eventdomain which is designed to help all those people who find themselves responsible for organising a very important business or social function or event.
http://www.eventdomain.co.uk is the brainchild of entrepreneur Chris Given. Chris has spent the last five years researching all those uk companies which offer a service that could be needed by anyone organising an event – whether it is conferences, a wedding or even a bizarre industry awards night.
Chris’s initial research produced hundreds of company names which fell into well over 50 categories. As his research developed this grew rapidly to over 350 categories and thousands of companies.
“My aim is for http://www.eventdomain.co.uk to be recognized as the ‘must have’ information resource in the event industry,” says Chris.
“In fact, it is an essential work tool for all those who need an utterly reliable point of reference when planning a major event – especially if they may be feeling that, in terms of organizing an event, they’ve been thrown in at the deep end.”
Whether it is a corporate, social or entertainment-related occasion Eventdomain is a boon for all those organisers who have the task of finding the best venue, the most appropriate designer, a top photographer, or the promotional ‘wizard’ that everyone wants but whose diary is full until 2014!
With numerous categories and sub-categories, including anything and everything that may be needed for an event, navigation around the site could not be easier.
In addition to searching by category, Eventdomain enables the visitor to search by county and even location.
The site is launching with information covering the whole of England including an 8000
event supplier database.
The most-comprehensive online reference resource for getting to know ‘who’s who’ in the world of events is http://www.eventdomain.co.uk.
“It is the essential search facility for event organisers everywhere,” says Chris Given. His views are stated with the confidence of a man who has worked in the field of events and hospitality for a number of years.
“Eventdomain was really born out of frustration,” admits Chris. “I was looking into websites and started searching through a number of them. None gave me the information I wanted or expected. But what did emerge was that the major search engines failed to deliver event supplier information in bulk by local area. This made me think that when searching, the public and businesses need this information ‘all in one place’ for ease of selection and contact.
This motivated me to look into the events market very thoroughly.”
The result is today’s launch of this very comprehensive website http://www.eventdomain.co.uk.
For further information:
0208 590 9044