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Case Studies

All of our clients host events to create experiences that help them achieve a goal. The goals may be varied, but we’re very proud that our clients say that not only do we make the process of putting on exceptional events easy, we also help them deliver the goals they have in mind and ensure they get the return on investment they want.

The following are some of the events that we’re most proud of. If you would like us to arrange for you to speak with any of the companies featured below, we can do that as part of our consultation process.

Why not explore the map below by clicking on the location marks, that show brief details of all global events the team have been involved in – prior to and since the start of ZiaBia.

Elavon UK & IC Kickoff 2018

Residential Sales Conference 2018

Another year, another Sales Kick Off for Elavon. We were extremely proud to be asked for the fourth year in a row to organise this annual residential conference.


Payments Performance

Our previous event for Elavon back in November 2016 would take some topping. After all, how do you go one better than securing Westminster Abbey for a client and their customers?!


Peerfest17, Bristol

Peerfest is an annual national event, started in 2013 and supported by Mind - the Mental Health Charity. Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They also campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding of mental health, in England and Wales.

Special Olympics GB

National Summer Games - Honoured Guest Programme

Following the success of the 9th National Summer Games held in Bath in 2013, ZiaBia were approached by the charity to help with the Special Olympics GB National Summer Games taking place in Sheffield in 2017. We were delighted to have been asked and of course, said yes.

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New to Corporate Events? What to expect

There is a huge amount of planning that goes into a corporate event. As well as planning everything you have envisaged for the event, you also have to consider what could happen in the event of X, Y or Z. You have to consider the weather for example. Even at in indoor event, extreme weather can affect people’s travel to your destination, location and venue. If you are organising an event in central London for example, public transport can be an issue for those travelling to the event with Tube strikes.