Vinneumont Events, an events company based in London, United Kingdom, has opened a Ghana branch located in the heart of the capital city, Accra.
The company, which has been in existed for the past 20 years, is currently offering a 20% Christmas discount on all of their services till December 31, 2020.
These include bespoke weddings, corporate events, conferences, Christmas parties, dinner and dance, award ceremonies, product launches, private parties, birthdays, anniversaries, children entertainment, christening, traditional funeral as well as venue scouting.
In an interview with the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the events management company, Madam Diane Yaa Asantewaa Bartlett she described Vinneumont Events as the company that adds a touch of class and style to suit the budget and preference of every client, thereby creating an unforgettable experience.
“Our bespoke services brings life to every event and leaves long lasting memories of a magical experience for clients and their loved ones by creating an ambiance that captivates the guests with our innovative, highly-talented production team”, she said.
Madam Bartlett revealed that the company has had bookings for major events which created a magical experience for clients, their guests and admirers such as the 2020 iconic 13th congregation ceremony of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, the touch of Ghanaian heritage at the “Year of Return” conference held in Accra-Ghana as well as other VIP events which had in attendance, the President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
Vinneumont Events currently boasts of its express delivery of service to all clients. Madam Diane Bartlett assured that “no matter how short the notice is, we make it a point to work and deliver exquisite service. We pride ourselves in our ability to deliver excellence and perfection in every event that we produce, by providing imaginative venues and events that reflect on success and within budget.”
The Chief Executive Officer explained that Vinneumont Events chose to expand its services to Ghana because “Ghana is our home and we are heeding to the call made during the “Year of Return” to come back home and invest in the growth of our nation.”
She also took the opportunity to call on other diasporians to “return home” to help build the nation and contribute significantly to its economic growth.
She assured that “the fact that we are coming home doesn’t mean that we will drop our standard of services. We are going to maintain it and rather increase our standard of service in order to provide top-notch delivery where our clients, like Oliver Twist, will ask for more”.
“Our excellent delivery of service is what defines us; it is who we are and we can only grow to become better”, said Madam Bartlett.