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Collaborative Creations launches for the event industry

Collaborative Creations, a new agency offering business development, PR, social media services and more for events businesses, has launched in London. 


The company brings together the experience and networks of industry professionals spanning the worlds of trade shows, live event production, conferences, festivals and theatre.


Collaborative Creations was formed with the dream of bringing together a pool of industry talent to provide comprehensive business development and PR services to creative and events businesses looking to take the next step in their evolution. 


The core team include Tom Wilkes, whose background includes companies such as White Light and Chauvet, Sound Designer Sam Vincent and Nicola Macdonald, who joins the business from her role as Editor of events trade magazine Exhibition News.


“Throughout our careers working in this industry we’ve often heard that business leaders have very little time to carry out the important but non-urgent tasks like business development, social media and PR,” commented Wilkes. “Collaborative Creations was launched to be an extension of creative businesses that don’t have the time or budget to invest in full-time PR and business development staff. 


“We give businesses that much-needed boost which helps them reach the next stage of their growth.” 


Pictured L-R: Michael Crawley, Tom Wilkes, Sam Vincent, Nicola Macdonald


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