I’ve always loved green, it has been my favourite since I was a kid.
So, when thinking about branding for Event Society, it was a no brainer.
Not to mention that when you look up the meanings of colours (if you’re into that sort of thing, which we totally are) it’s a great fit for our philosophy and culture.
GREEN encourages emotional healing – just like a great night out with friends at a fabulous event can do! It means Initiative and creative expression. When you love Green, you are guided by feelings instead of rational thinking, you are trustworthy and reliable. Green promotes spiritual advancement, the same way that our event enrich the lives of our guests.
COPPER is a symbol of wealth and luxury, and after silver is the best conductor of electricity. It is also fabulously shiny and we are suckers for anything metallic.
It’s important you know who you are working with and the values of the company you choose to align yourself with.
At Event Society, it is our mission to change the world, one event at a time, and be really ace people in the process. From management to accounts to operations and our team onsite, you will find that our culture flows from the top to the bottom.
“Here are the values that I stand for: honesty, equality, kindness, compassion, treating people the way you want to be treated and helping those in need. To me, those are traditional values.” – Ellen DeGeneres
If you can be anything – be kind. When you’re unsure of the next right move, choose kindness. We are kind to ourselves, so we can be kind to humanity.
“Empathy is the starting point for creating a community and taking action. It’s the impetus for creating change.” – Max Carver
Empathy is the ability and willingness to feel someone else’s heart. Having empathy enables us to understand our clients needs and frustrations, and meet them.
“Leadership is about taking responsibility, not making excuses” – Mitt Romney
Taking responsibility in our professional and personal lives is key to the way we operate. We are more concerned with accepting responsibility than laying blame, because there is always growth and learning that comes from doing so.