The Events Raccoon wins CAMSS World as a client

The Events Raccoon has joined forces with Capella Marketing to provide an events and marketing solution for CAMSS World.

The Events Raccoon website
The Events Raccoon website

The Events Raccoon, an event management agency, and Capella Marketing, a marketing consultancy agency have joined forces to provide an all-encompassing events and marketing solution for CAMSS World.

CAMSS World is a facilitating event company, servicing communities throughout the United States, Canada and United Kingdom.

The two agencies will work together with CAMSS World on their forthcoming UK event later this year. CAMSS UK, taking place at the Royal Horseguards in London on 2 May.

Outside of the UK event, Capella Marketing will also provide a strategic 12-month marketing plan to support the messaging of the events programme for 2018 and with an end goal of growing the events programme in 2019 with more events across Europe where The Events Raccoon will continue to support on the event delivery.

"I’m so pleased to be working with a fresh thinking, market changing company and one that recognises the importance of outsourcing the event management elements that allows them time to focus on the business growth and development," said Beckie Hyson, director of The Events Raccoon.

"In such a short space of time CAMSS World have developed a strong platform for their events. I’m excited to be working with such an innovative company and look forward to helping the business grow as we work together to raise their brand awareness," added Suzi Johnson, director of Capella Marketing.

Rob Simms, CEO of CAMSS World said: "We’re excited to be working on this collaborative approach with The Events Raccoon and Capella Marketing. Already from our Kick-Off Meeting they’ve relieved the pressure of us having to logistically manage and market our UK event. As a business, we can now strategically focus on the growth of our events programme by ensuring we provide value for money to delegates by continuing to source high-profile speakers and relevant sponsors."

 

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