This week saw EVCOM in Manchester delivering the GDPR campfire session with Briffa, at hosting members Dock10. Following on from the highly successful London GDPR campfire session in January, we were delighted to bring Briffa to Manchester and show them Media City UK.
As well as an educational presentation and Q&A on GDPR, we were taken on a full tour by Darren Deans at Dock10. Boasting the UK’s biggest multi-camera TV studio used for shows including BBC’s The Voice and All Together Now, it was a moment to feel proud to be British and celebrate something so uniquely special. As well as offering a spectacular events space, with room to get really creative when planning, the impressive post production facilities and welcoming hospitality keeps Dock10 at the forefront of the Live Event and Visual Communications industries. A huge thank you to Karen Milligan, Darren Deans, Chris Baker, Kirk Gardner and the wonderful Gemma Ackerley (get in contact with Gemma should you wish to find out more).
Joined by Dock10 amongst others, we had representation from training and conference providers etc. Venues – appearing after welcoming Teresa May to their facilities on Portland Street. Celebrating 100 years of votes for women and the original UK suffragette movement taking place in Manchester, the prime minister came to enjoy the sights from the etc. Venues towers! Find out more on how to book your next conference or training session with Julie Armstrong and Nikki Bettison by clicking HERE.
Before leaving Manchester there was enough time to see Abi Humayun from Rapport, the People’s Activation Agency. As well as being a supporter of dogs in their office space they stick to a brilliant team code. We wonder if the doggies follow the same code too! Check out the photos below.