Tuesday, 17th July 2018
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Every Event up for two National awards

After five short years in business, Waterford based event management company EveryEvent have been nominated for not one, but two national Event Industry Awards! While you may not be familiar with the company, you have certainly experienced their work, if you've attended any large scale events in Waterford City or beyond over the past five years. EveryEvent have been the team behind the Waterford Harvest Festival for the past three years, as well as the Waterford City St. Patrick's Day Parade and have been the production company and light-show producers for the Winterval Festival for the past four years.

EveryEvent have worked all around Ireland for various clients including Google, Facebook, Dropbox, Sanofi, Waterford & Dungarvan Chambers of Commerce, The Lafcadio Hearn Japanese Gardens, Beat, WlrFM, Dublin Pride, The Wexford Festival of Opera, Spraoi, Daytripper and Waterford City and County Council.

EveryEvent are nominated in the "Best Event Management Company" and "Best Event Design" categories at the prestigious national awards, which will be held in the Citywest Hotel Dublin on Friday 20th of July. Irish comedian and actor Mario Rosenstock will be the master of ceremonies at the tenth annual Event Industry Awards gala dinner.

The first award nomination is for "Best Event Management Company" and singles out EveryEvent as industry leaders in the Irish events industry. The second award nomination for "Best Event Design" is based on EveryEvent's work on the Waterford Harvest Festival for Waterford City and County Council. EveryEvent worked with organisations such as The Grow Project and Ballybeg Greens to create a design that was fun, engaging and showed off the beauty of Ireland's Oldest City.

EveryEvent's Managing Director John Grubb is excited about the opportunity to represent Waterford City at a national level. "It's fantastic to be nominated alongside such amazing companies, these are people that we looked up to and aspired to work with when myself and Jamie Roche started EveryEvent and now we are nominated alongside them. It's an honour for EveryEvent to be included in these nominations and for us to represent Waterford as the first Waterford company ever to be nominated for a national Event Industry Award."


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