At Evently, we’re reshaping event marketing. Last year we helped our customers connect with over 2 million event goers. Everyone at Evently loves events and is passionate about making event marketing easier and better. If you'd like to join us, check out our current opportunities.
Our Management Team & Board
Henry Erskine Crum
Creating a great event is one of the most exhilarating things you can do, seeing all those people have a good time. The event that blew my mind was SXSW - an amazing mix of tech and music, with bands finding any place they can to play from a garage forecourt to a bike shop. That’s cool.
I love events because each and every one is unique. I was there for Edward Sharpe at the Old Vic Tunnels, Adele at the Tabernacle, Arcade Fire at Brixton Academy, Terracotta Warriors at the British Museum.
Live music is what I really like. Each concert is such a unique experience: from West End theatre to BB King at the Royal Albert Hall.
Eric Lawson Smith
I love live music. My favourite bands: the Chemical Brothers and Thievery Corporation. Amazing every time.
The 1990 Mandela concert at the 'old' Wembley was a real highlight for me in my 'youth'...awesome talent creating a mega event for the world. I love the memories from great events.
Our Product & Customer Experience Team
Events are meant to be shared and remembered, so go with someone yo care about. My first concert was the Rolling Stones when I was 12 with my dad and best friend.
My favourite events are ones that make me think, and inspire me. I'll go to most events and always take something away from the experience.
My favourite kind of events are loud beer-fueled rock/metal gigs. For quieter moods I like anything which includes a bonfire.
I'm a theatre buff, so my recent highlights have been seeing Michael Sheen go slowly mad in Hamlet, Cillian Murphy go even madder in Misterman and watching an entire season of Shakespeare perfomed as it should be in the Globe.
I really enjoy live music events, and the one that stands out for me is Bestival 2011. Getting to see The Cure play was really special, even if it did rain for most of the weekend!
I particularly like unusual, one off events like the Buddhist ‘Festival of the Tooth’ in Kandy, Sri Lanka; an explosion of colour, sounds and smells.
I like going clubbing and to gigs: one day I want to go to Coachella. Corsica Studios is probably my favourite place for a night out in London, great soundsystem and atmosphere, with countless good memories.
I like going to arts events and the theatre. The most memorable event I’ve been to was Burning Man, in the Nevada desert - it's a bit different to most festivals as you have to take everything you need to survive for a week, even water, which creates an amazing Robinson Crusoe-type atmosphere.
I love all events from live music to a simple family get together. But what I love most is connecting people and bring together those with a common interest and creating amazing memories.
Our Marketing, Partnerships & Sales Team
I love events showcasing artists I learned about at school. Since Impressionism is my favourite art movement, the most memorable event was the Edgar Degas exhibition at the Orsay Museum.
Being there for the opening night at the theatre, the first airing of a new song, or the debate of novel ideas - that’s why I love London.
Coachella, 2010. Cinematic Orchestra. Sunset. Cold Beer. Good friends. Native American Costume. It embodied what events are all about for me. Well, maybe not the friends.
I love events and enjoy everything from festivals to fairs with friends and family. My favourite event of the past few years would have to be the London Olympics.
I love going to festivals like Glastonbury & escaping the real world for 4 days although I kept bumping into my CEO. The music, food & people is so eclectic. Most memorable gig was The Stone Roses In Brighton 96.
Once upon a time it was all about clubbing in Ibiza and going to live music events. Now it's more about children's events: 'The Enchanted Christmas House' at the London Arts House last year: totally interactive and entertaining for children and grow-ups alike!
Whether it is a west end play with my family, or a cheesy Girls Aloud concert with my oldest friends, the people who you share an event with are what make it so incredible.