A new events
consultancy, set up by experienced industry professionals, is set to help
business owners tackle the challenges plaguing the industry.
of Max Fellows Consultancy and Nick Robinson, former head of Clive Agency, have
announced the launch of allpoints – a next-generation, independent and strategic
consultancy for the creative and events industry.
the top of the agenda include market relevance, staffing, market uncertainty,
supply chain shortages, brand identity, inflation and clarity on methods and
options for acquisition.
launch as a team of six including Sarah Speake, former Google European CMO
and Sharon Kersley, former head of events at Sky.
founder, Fellows, said: “There are currently no independent consultative
offerings available in the creative and events industry that take such a
bespoke approach, whilst being backed up with the current and relevant depth
and breadth of experience that allpoints has.
and levels of support required by agencies, brands and businesses have changed
dramatically over recent years. In addition, we’ve also seen a significant
shift in focus and urgency of businesses wanting to achieve their ambitions, be
that growth, an acquisition, or an exit - which is where we come in.”
consultancy will focus on five service areas:
resources, culture, diversity and inclusion
marketing, leadership, and operations
mergers, and acquisitions
- Exits and non-executive director services
- Commercial growth and sales
client relationship allpoints builds will begin with a strategic business
review to produce a comprehensive report and prioritised roadmap to success. A
tailored allpoints team will then deliver the required help, meaning clients
get a completely bespoke team, only investing in the services they require in
order to fulfil their full potential.
To find out
more about allpoints or to get in touch visit fromallpoints.co.uk
A desire to travel led Holly Patrick to the business meetings and events world and she’s never looked back. Holly takes a particular interest in event sustainability and creating a diverse and inclusive industry. When she’s not working, she can be found rolling skating along Brighton seafront listening to an eclectic playlist, featuring the likes of Patti Smith, Sean Paul, and Arooj Aftab.