Edmonton Office
(Main Headquarters)

Suite 201, 10237 104 Street
Edmonton, AB T5J 1B1

Camrose Office
(Satellite Office)

4238 47 Street
Camrose, AB T4V 4L6



Through strategic brand experiences,
we maximize ROI for our clients.

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What constitutes a successful event for your company?

Successful events are about taking a great idea and turning it into a thoughtful, tangible and memorable experience. Time and expertise must be properly invested to assure future growth and will help to deliver an incredible guest experience while also maximizing revenues and cutting costs. Whether you are a community looking to increase tourism & awareness, a sports team pushing to engage new fans & add value, a casino looking to take their entertainment program to the next level or an established company/brand looking to create a buzz & raise funds; outstanding events will always follow a proven path with similar objectives and visions.

Concise Strategy & Goals

A successful event strategy breaks down your vision into manageable, deadline-driven tasks that can be executed, tracked and evaluated.

Maximize Profits & ROI

Minimizing financial risks and maximizing revenue by making cost-effective decisions while still creating the best possible guest experience.

Execution With Precision

The best events look effortless to their guests because they follow a proven management process, while always keeping safety top-of-mind.

Successful Events Follow A Proven Path

How do you increase awareness and excitement of your brand to new demographics?

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Contact Information

Edmonton Office (Main HQ)
Suite 201, 10237 104 St
Edmonton, AB T5J 1B1

Calgary Office (Satellite Office)
Stephen Ave #600, 630 - 8 Ave SW
Calgary, AB T2P 1G6

Camrose Office (Satellite Office)
4238 37 Street
Camrose, AB T4V 5B2


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