At Global eventSource we have worked for and still work with some of the most dynamic events companies in the business.
What that means is we have developed our own ideas of what is good, what is bad and what is downright ugly when delivering conferences to the market. We’ve acted like a sponge for best practice and best customer experience and are now delivering that to the market through our boutique customer centric ‘experiences’. We purposely don’t take outsource work from companies whose events fall into our core sectors of expertise.
1st March 2018
Grand Copthorne Waterfront, Singapore
The conference will bring together the major developers, designers and contractors who are working on these exciting projects and will be an ideal opportunity for you to present your solutions for their upcoming piling and foundation projects.
Our speakers represent perspectives and expertise from each level of the planning, design and construction food chain. This means that attendees, from different levels themselves, will understand not only what their peers are doing with regards procurement, project management and delivery but also how they need to interact with, work with, and sell to the other parts of the piling and geotechnical eco-system. Through regional case studies of iconic and technically challenging projects, to presentations on new techniques and processes which will enhance your project safety and delivery there is something here for everyone and unlike most alternatives, only one day away from your office/ projects. So whether you are a project owner, a designer, a builder or a contractor - why not come and be a part of the discussion?
25th April 2018
The aim of the event is to give project owners, architects and design engineers the latest insights into what is possible with both technologies and design to bring their future projects to life. What they need is usable information, not just for tall buildings, but for the residential and mixed-use buildings, malls and transport hubs that will be changing the quality of life and skylines across the region over the coming decades.
How do we do it?
Our standard production cycle is over twice as long as for comparable events, allowing for more research, better topic understanding and more selectivity regarding topics and speakers. Add to this the sector specialisation of our Project Leads, it all adds up to a better final product.
We don’t have a sponsorship team, a marketing team, a delegate team or a production team like most companies. Each event is a project delivered by one individual whose sector knowledge allows for joined-up delivery across functions and a better end-product.
Willingness to adopt
What’s more, we are always looking to better ourselves. If you have any feedback about what works at other events, what should be avoided at all costs, what might be worth trying – we are here to listen. Let us know and we will see about integrating it. Continuous improvement is the name of the game.
A wise sage once told us that a conference shouldn’t be marked on the current year, it should be the next year that it is marked on. No point getting a delegate this year if they don’t come back the year after. What’s the point of 5 sponsors this year if only one is in the room for the next. Our mission is retention, attained through good content, quality, integrity and delivery.
We don’t have massive teams. We don’t have massive overheads to pay. We don’t have systems and processes deterring innovation and weighing down productivity. We make decisions based on what is right for the event, not what is right for our managers, owners and shareholders. And we can make them quickly. Got a question, test the claim?
The sectors we work in have small ‘buy-side’ markets. Due to this, we form a community where we have personal relationships with the relevant stakeholders who tell us what they want, what they need and how we can help. What you end up with is a bunch of delegates who actually want to be at the event.