Dublin (PRWEB) May 16, 2013
EventWorks is a Dublin based Event Management company that operates throughout all of Ireland. The company organises a wide range of events from conferences to entertainment, company days, product launches, corporate visits, etc. What the company thrives in however are the different and creative team building events that they manage for their clients working in various sectors and industries such as pharmaceuticals, IT, finance, software and much more.
EventWorks run many package events such as treasure hunts, sports days and hands on traditional team building activities. In the beginning of the year however the company kicked off its Your Event Your Way initiative aiming at expanding its events range but also deliver better on clients’ expectations.
"We had been doing some of our events for years and while our clients were still happy with the packages we offer, last year we realised that we need to expand portfolio and offer new, fresh ideas to our clients," explains Ronan McCabe, Managing Director of EventWorks.
What the EventWorks team did then was to sit down and brainstorm on how that could actually be done in practice. What they came up with was a new approach to looking at their enquiries altogether. Instead of offering package events whenever they would fit into a client’s brief, they would turn things around and work off what the brief is to offer different options that would be particularly suitable for the event in question.
"Whenever we had an enquiry in, we used to look at the brief and see which of our events would meet the requirements. Now we basically do things the other way round. We take the brief and see what activities we can come up with based exclusively on that specific brief," says Kim Gavin, an Event Coordinator at EventWorks.
Kim continues: "Today companies that engage in team building would like to use the opportunity to reinforce their vision or to try and get across their new values or direction. Standard package events are just not good enough anymore. You need to customise and our Your Event Your Way initiative gives us the opportunity to deliver better solutions which are completely customised too."
The company still works off existing concepts but adds on new angles, themes and elements to make events unique. Just over the last half year the company has expanded its events range from 50 to 250 brand new events. While the activities included are different and varied, the company always sticks to one simple rule: it must be fun.
"We know how important it is for the event to be fun so that everybody is committed but also when people find it enjoyable chances are the message will be heard loud and clear," Kim Gavin clarifies further.