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New Entertainment Agency from Emma Boardman, former ISES Creative Director

New Entertainment Agency from Emma Boardman, former ISES Creative Director

After taking a few years out of the industry to make babies & suchlike , Emma Boardman has returned with a bang.

The former creative director of ISES has returned from Suburban bliss with a brand new Entertainment offering.

Emma says, “I was feeling quite uninspired by the event industry for a while, with margins being pushed lower & lower, leaving less budget for brilliant bespoke entertainment production.
Entertainment is usually the last part of the budget to be spent, after venue, drinks, food, AV & decor, instead of being backed into a corner, I just backed off & took some time out to enjoy being a Surrey housewife and a new mum, and meanwhile watching the industry evolve via social media.

It seems that confidence in proper budgets are returning, judging by the enquiries that have been coming in, so it seems the perfect time to come & steal back my crown as the Queen of live entertainment!!”

The Lovely Party Company is a new vehicle for Emma Boardman, in association with Helen Bowes & Karlina Shorter from Vision Dance Co.
Emma says, “The collaboration with Helen Bowes & Karlina Shorter was a very easy decision, the girls have provided me with excellent choreography and inspired show productions for many years, so getting into bed with them seemed the obvious move!”

It houses three distinct divisions in-house

Entertainment Boutique, for Only Bespoke Entertainment Production & Unique Conceptual Acts, there will be No A-Z listings that are commonplace with most entertainment agencies.

Pimp My Cloakroom – For entertaining, brilliant & effective cloakroom solutions.

Vision Dance Co – For Live Dance Productions, Dance Shows, Dancers & anything else Dance related…

There is one other big difference to her new offering, since being in leafy Weybridge, Emma has been contacted by many regional companies needing event services & it has opened her eyes to the possibilities & potential that exists outside the capital.
She says, “Although I have always worked across the UK & abroad, I had never really pushed for regional clients as it seemed easier and more obvious to focus on London, now though, living in suburbia, I have found a whole new range of clients to excite!”

Coming to a field near you soon…

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