Unwrapping the Secret to Christmas Event Planning

25th June 2019

On Thursday 26th September, in association with Sheffield Chamber and Vine Hotels, Liz Taylor, of the award winning event planners, the Taylor Lynn Corporation, will be unwrapping her secrets to planning a successful festive event.

Join fellow event professionals as Liz talks about pushing back the boundaries of what is possible. Business events that even imagination can't limit! Liz has a 30 year track record of successfully producing festive events for business leaders, luxury brands, entertainment icons, sports stars and even a Royal guest or two! Come along and hear why Liz's blend of innovation, theatrical production, thoughtful planning and meticulous attention to detail has made her one of the UK's leading event planners. Itinerary: 12:00 PM - Arrival, Refreshments & Christmas Canapes 12.30 PM - Liz Taylor Presentaion 1.00 PM- Q&A 1.15 PM- Light bite lunch selection from Whirlowbrook Hall Christmas party menus 2.00 PM- Event Close

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