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Jarvis Woodhouse Events

Event Management
We are an award-winning events management company dedicated to helping our clients communicate better with their clients and staff. Jarvis Woodhouse Events do this through event management and organising Incentive Programmes, Conferences, Company Celebrations, Activity Days and Corporate Hospitality. Our clients value our years of experience, unrivalled creativity and in-depth knowledge. They value the fact that we go to great lengths to understand their business and their goals and we never lose sight of their objectives. The question is, what can we do for you?
Westholme Court
GL13 9JY



Once again, we were blown away by what Jarvis Woodhouse achieved for us.


It’s the most talked about event we’ve ever done.

Co-operative Financial Advisors

You took our sales Conference to new heights!

Case Studies

Towergate Chairmans Club

The Towergate Partnership wanted to introduce a company wide incentive programme for their entire customer focused staff. The scheme needed to be based on the staff’s annual sales targets, with the top 25 staff being rewarded with a trip of a lifetime to a foreign destination. See full case study.

Incentive Programme - Case Study

GIA in Paris

GIA wanted their annual festive celebrations to be a little different in 2008. JWE put together a tailor-made trip for the 112 strong team, taking them for a memorable weekend in Paris enjoying dinner overlooking the Eiffel Tower after a day of Parisian treasure hunting. See full case study.

Celebrations - Case Study

Pimco 10th Anniversary Dinner

The 10th Anniversary was held at the magnificent Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The blank canvas in the British Galleries was transformed within the space of a couple of hours to accommodate 350 guests in what was a beautiful and successful evening of celebrations. See full case study.

Celebrations - Case Study