We design, organise and deliver seminars, conferences, award ceremonies, training programmes and business meetings.
Experienced events director Martin Jack launched Think Different Events Ltd. in 2006 having worked in the public sector delivering training programmes and conferences for over fifteen years.
As an event management organisation, specialising in organising and delivering high quality business to business events throughout the UK, we aim to provide a unique, high quality event management service with the creativity and flexibility to continually exceed the expectations of all our clients and their audience.
Our clients work, amongst others, in the following sectors:
other professional services
the creative sectors
Martin has previously served as an Executive Board member of ABPCO - The Association of British Conference Organisers and delivers presentations to university, college and school students along with businesses interested in finding out more about the events sector.
To date we have helped organisations and their partners deliver events ranging from ten people half-day seminars, through to multi-day international conferences for thousands of attendees. The services available save our clients time, provide cost effective solutions and prevent a lot of potential stress, letting clients remain fully focussed on doing what they do best.
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We are based in St. Enoch Square in the centre of Glasgow, close to many high calibre venues as well as being a convenient location for client meetings. While Glasgow remains our base, we work in partnership with organisations to deliver conferences and events throughout the UK.
Contact us if you would like to have an informal discussion about your requirements.
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Think Different Events Ltd. organise business to business events including:
The Business Journey
The State of the City Economy Conference
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