ESIP launches new corporate identity
Friday, 3 May 2002
ESIP International Event Management launched its new corporate identity and announced its involvement in the new ‘Worldport’ festival taking place in Cardiff this summer. The company unveiled its new identity to clients and colleagues this April. Speaking on board Thames sailing barge the s.b. May, the company’s co-founder, John Ellson, explained that the new identity had been created to emphasize the collective skills and years of experience of the key people within ESIP.

ESIP have been something of a well-kept secret, having supplied event management and technical production services to the music and corporate events sectors. Recent projects in these areas include the Showtime in the Stadium concert at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, shown on BBC TV last December; the 100th anniversary of Philip Morris International in Buenos Aries with a charity event; the Rochester International Jazz Festival (Up-State New York) and Dee Dee Bridgewater at the Barbican as part of the Jazz @ The Barbican series.

Ellson also announced that the company will be providing all of the event and technical production management, as well as liaising on the booking of artists and accounts management for the Cardiff Worldport Festival this summer. Beginning with a concert by Bob Geldof’s band on 2 July, the festival of music will also include a concert by Manu Dibango and The Soul Makossa Gang with the London Community Gospel Choir in a unique collaboration on stage, and Spanish Flamenco artist, Eva La Yerbabeuna.

(Ruth Rossington)

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