In Pictures: Paragon celebrates launch of One Live Partner

Celebrities, sports personalities and event professionals gathered at the Haymarket Hotel, Piccadilly, to celebrate Paragon's new One Live Partner concept last night (13 May).

In Pictures: Paragon celebrates launch of One Live Partner
In Pictures: Paragon celebrates launch of One Live Partner
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England cricket legend Phil Tufnell, Sky Sports presenter Ed Chamberlin and Strictly Come Dancing's Natalie Lowe joined a room of event professionals for the official unveiling of UK event and hospitality agency Paragon's new One Live Partner concept, which has combined all of its key services under one label.

Founder and MD of Paragon Mike Martin adressed the audience before a Q&A with Sky Sports' Ed Chamberlin revealed the future plans for the agency. Lowe and professional dancer Ian Waite then performed a high energy dance routine around the pool, giving a glimpse of what to expect in this year's series.

Interactive extras were dotted around Haymarket Hotel's Pool Area, which included an Instagram photo booth and a cocktail making masterclass. Guests were also given the opportunity to follow in Chamberlin's footsteps by stepping behind the news desk and delivering the latest Paragon-related gossip to the rolling camera, with C&IT's Jack Carter giving the Sky Sports man a run for his money.

The evening finished with a prize draw, where one lucky guest won a table for ten at this year's Children In Need dinner, which C&IT and sister magazine Event attended last year.

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