Exclusive: Paul Evans unveils new event consultancy

Paul Evans has launched Eveology, a new creative consultancy supporting the events industry.

Paul Evans has launched Eveology
Paul Evans has launched Eveology

The new company will offer event and marketing expertise and services for event planners and suppliers.

Services will include procurement and resource management for corporate event teams, as well as freelance consultancy, strategy and business development support for event agencies.

As well as supporting event buyers, it will offer strategic and marketing support to travel suppliers including hotels, airlines, DMCs and tourist offices on a short-term, project basis. 

"I have been very fortunate to have enjoyed the three sectors and disciplines of the events spectrum – corporate, agency and the supply end," said Evans.

"Eveology is a natural progression, which gives me the flexibility to offer a wide range of services and support with my experience behind every project."

Evans' new website, launched today, also features a buyer-led, private members networking initiative.

Evans is an incentive travel specialist with over 25 years' experience in the events industry. He has formerly held senior event and marketing roles at AYMTM and Lynton Cooper/W&O. Eveology's new website can be found here.

 

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