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eventjuice is a website for the event community by the event community.

Our goal is to provide exceptional education about events to individuals, businesses and students around the world, helping readers to be the best event organisers they can be.

We’d love to hear from you! Please email mike[at]eventjuice.co.uk

THE EVENTJUICE FAMILY

It is with great pleasure to present the people who make eventjuice possible…


Craig Ineson
Event management law


Elizabeth Alton
Event planning & management



Fiona Warren-Bassett
Pr & events



Iman Peera
Promotions & events



Lana Winter-Hébert
Event planning & management



Mandy France
Event design & theming



Michael ChidzeyMike Chidzey
Chief juicer



Sarah HarbinSarah Harbin
Event planning & management



Shannon AndersonShannon Anderson
Event planning & management



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HOW WE GOT HERE

June 2010 – Michael registers the domain eventjuice.co.uk

Michael Chidzey



July 2010 – eventjuice.co.uk launches

eventjuice website July 2010

January 2011 – eventjuice.co.uk launches London event guide

eventjuice launches London event guide

June 2011 – New website design

Eventjuice June 2011

August 2011 – Edwyn joins eventjuice

eventjuice’s mascot Edwyn leaves high paid, super powerful job in the city to sort out eventjuice. Eddie is also a part-time model.
Eventjuice frog

September 2011 – eventjuice waves bye to London event guide

London bus driving away
There were far better London event guides available online, so sadly I [mike] decided to lose the event guide section of eventjuice and focus on what eventjuice is good at and known for – a resource to help others with event planning, management and marketing.

Here are some excellent London online guides I came across whilst running the guide:
- Ian Visits filled with hidden gems happening all over London. If you live in London you should subscribe to the Ian Visits weekly email.
- Time Out London great for inspiration and ideas, all over London.
- London Drum offers great ideas, especially the talks section.
- Spoonfed like Time Out, great for event ideas happening all over London.
- Lecture List always provides a good list of lectures and talks happening across London.
- Southbank Centre the Southbank Centre provides a variety of interesting events around the Southbank.
- Waterstones organises talks for authors launching new books. The London Piccadilly store’s events programme is worth keeping an eye on.

January 2012 – New website design

Eventjuice new website design

April 2012 – Fiona writes her first post on eventjuice

Fiona



May 2012 – eventjuice becomes a daily event blog

Eventjuice becomes daily event blog

May 2012 – Craig writes his first post on eventjuice

Craig



May 2012 – Mandy writes her first post on eventjuice

Mandy



May 2012 – Shannon writes her first post on eventjuice

Shannon



June 2012 – First monthly top 10 email sent

Eventjuice monthly top 10 email

July 2012 – Eventjuice’s twitter account gets over 1000 followers

eventjuice's twitter account gets over 1000 followers

July 2012 – Lana writes her first post on eventjuice

Lana



July 2012 – Sarah writes her first post on eventjuice

Sarah



July 2012 – Iman writes his first post on eventjuice

Iman



July 2012 – Elizabeth writes her first post on eventjuice

Elizabeth