Kingsbridge, United Kingdom (PressExposure) November 16, 2009 -- An ambitious South West woman has launched an exciting new event planning business in deepest Devon.
The firm, which is the brainchild of Clare Stevens, will specialise in weddings, parties, christenings and corporate hospitality in Devon.
Koru Events can organise all types of events, from an intimate family Devon wedding to a big lavish affair.
They also cater for birthday and Christmas parties, team building days and larger corporate functions in Devon.
Claire, who previously worked in London for the Sun newspaper, said: âKoru can help with as much or as little of the planning of your event as you want. If you want to hand the whole thing over to us, then we can source a venue, co-ordinate guest lists, arrange travel for guests (from up the road or from the other side of the world), as well as all the usual things such as caterers, marquees, florists and fireworks.
âWe can also offer suggestions if you need some inspiration. But, if you have your own ideas, Koru Events are just as happy to tie up loose ends and simply ensure your event runs smoothly on the day. Itâs entirely up to you.â
She added: âUsing an event planner takes the stress away from the host, meaning they are free to enjoy the party and most importantly, they can concentrate on making sure their guests enjoy themselves. Everyone hopes nothing will go wrong with their event, but just in case it does, Koru Events can be there to sort out any issues.â
For Koru Events, nothing is too much trouble; no event is too big or too small to be considered. Devon has some of the most amazing scenery in the world, wedding venues to make any brideâs dream come true, party venues to make your event one to be remembered for a long time and corporate hospitality designed to really impress.
Koru Eventâs rates are reasonable, negotiable and highly dependent on the level of involvement you want them to have.
For more information about the Devon event planning company, visit http://www.koruevents.co.uk
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