Over the last six years Conventus and Binley's have worked together to produce and run a series of three NHS learning programmes which focus on structure, procurement and marketing. This series, which we now run twice a year, is aimed to inform and educate a commercial audience on how to forge and maintain a successful working relationship with the NHS....more Sarah Eglington Marketing Manager Binley's
Why Choose Conventus to manage your next event?
Our experience and ability
Our track record and knowledge of the health sector
We're very good at what we do
We produce competitively priced professional events
We make things work
Our expert event marketing knowledge
Our ability to maximise on exhibition and sponsorship income
Our budgetary control - always sensitive to costs
We know what can potentially go wrong - so we don't let it happen
We research and produce our own Conventus branded events as well as those for clients, so we're constantly working in the marketplace
Our love of another challenge
We can advise on event format and theme; and create unique learning opportunities or platforms for the dissemination of information.
Our experienced team can handle any project. We can manage small seminars or larger conference events. We can stage marketing days for NHS Foundation Trusts, annual health association and professional body events or user group events, regional roadshows or product launches. From small seminars to larger two or three-day conference events - no project is too small or too large.
Pick and choose, where you would like the help, from all or some of these event services.
Our services include:
• Total event management
• Creation of conference programme - researching the issues and sourcing the speakers
• Developing themes
• Marketing from in-house design of literature to management of mailing houses and delegate bookings
• Exhibition and sponsorship generation
• Ongoing venue and speaker liaison
• Registration services to include handling delegate bookings, banking fees and provision of financial reports