Event Management Direct - The Complete Event Management Service

12th August 2015

Event Management Direct (EMD) is a complete event management service run by a dedicated team of qualified planners.

The staff are creative, resourceful and reliable with a strong customer focus and have a very committed approach to their customers, providing a bespoke event management service tailored to societies specific needs. In recent years EMD have been appointed by a number of specialist societies to organise their annual conferences, particularly in the medical sector. All EMD staff have a number of years experience not only in event management but also working with medical professionals. EMD has very quickly developed a national reputation for the quality of its service provision and exceptional value of money. For further information and general enquiries please ring us on 01142455423 or email enqiuries@eventmanagementdirect.co.uk

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