Our team understand event management, understand sustainability and understand our clients, and that’s why we continue to attract interesting new projects to work on. Here’s a snapshot of our Directors, who personally represent Seventeen on every project we manage.
Louise has over 15 years events experience, managing a variety of events across the private, public and third sectors. Louise founded Seventeen Events in 2005 when she sensed that there was a need for a new kind of agency which saw sustainability as a business essential rather than an optional extra. Today, Seventeen are leading the UK events industry to a more sustainable future.
Louise takes day to day control of managing our portfolio of events ensuring that our creative approach is always delivered with sustainability in mind.
Louise is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and has been voted one of the 50 most powerful figures in the UK events industry.
Alongside her work at Seventeen Events and Eighteen Rabbit, Louise is also the National Coordinator for Wales Green Party.
Louise tweets from the @seventeenevents account using the tag ^LD
Andrew has frequently been voted as one of the most influential figures in the UK events industry. Prior to co-founding Seventeen, he spent a year travelling in Mexico and Central America and has a background in procurement.
On a day to day basis, Andrew flies the flag for Seventeen’s unique approach to sustainable event management, and is always keen to support the events industry in its move to a greener future. Andrew sat on the UK committee which wrote ISO20121, the international counterpart to BS8901.
In 2011, Andrew was named a “London Leader” and is working to improve sustainability in the capital and beyond.
In 2015, Andrew was elected chair of Hay & District Chamber of Commerce, representing commercial interests in the world famous “Town of Books.”
Andrew tweets from the @seventeenevents account using the tag ^AW