Natalie Davidson is going to continue to run some of the island’s best-known events as an independent consultant, following the death of her friend and boss and the subsequent closure of her firm.
Alex Bridle passed away last year, leading to the closure of her firm, the Guernsey Event Company which Ms Davidson helped to set up 11 years ago.
Ms Davidson will now be based at Black Vanilla and as well as her running her own projects as ND Events, she will work on the PR agency’s event offering.
Ms Davidson had headed up the events team at the Guernsey Event Company, managing the creation and implementation of some of the highlights of Guernsey’s entertainment and business calendar.
Over the past 11 years, she has been responsible for managing, among others, the Guernsey Air Display, Guernsey Awards for Achievement, Proms on the Pier, charity bike rides to France with Only Fools and Donkeys, and British Irish Council Summit meetings in Guernsey and Jersey. She has also overseen bespoke events for a wide range of corporates and charities.
"It is a privilege to ensure the wide range of business, charity and community events that the Guernsey Event Company helped establish and develop will continue. At the same time, I am excited to join the team at Black Vanilla as our services complement each other and make a very strong client offering," Ms Davidson said.
"The agency is seeing an upturn in demand for events and I’m looking forward to bringing my knowledge and experience to the table."
Nichole Culverwell, Black Vanilla Managing Director, added: "We’re delighted to bring Natalie on board. Her experience of the events scene here in Guernsey is unrivalled and we’re looking forward to working together to service our growing portfolio of clients.
"We believe that clear communication is fundamental to every interaction and transaction we make, and events and PR are central to building strong relationships which in turn help organisations reach their goals."
Pictured top: Natalie Davidson.
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