Right holders that have integrated agreements with destinations, cities, countries, or regions can rely on support from authorities in structural, economic, and practical ways. It makes events more powerful and provides a platform for new revenue sources, reducing costs, mitigating risks, and running a smoother event all together.
Modern host cities do not just see events as a means to generate economic impact through visitors and activity. Cities, regions, and countries now see the hosting of major events as a tool to leverage existing strategies within social, economic and communication.
Hosting meaningful events has an effect on peoples’ lives, it opens an opportunity to make a change, to communicate, and foster engagement like no other medium can.
As an event organizer, working with the hosting government makes your event more powerful. It can help reduce your costs, obtain financial support, as well as share and mitigate risks.
A long-lasting partnership allows rights holders to make enduring plans for the future, relying on the ongoing commitment from the political framework and practical assistance, such as permits, customs, and integration into the city promotional spaces.
At Geelmuyden Kiese we have worked with host cities for long, we know their language and what they are looking for in partners. We help them understand the worth of the rights your organization offers and handle all the ongoing contact until negotiation. We make sure officials are well versed in your offer and are ready to action, saving your organization substantial amounts of work and know-how from the offset.
How we help right holders and event organizers:
Our service offers a methodology based on a number of successful campaigns, following processes and vocabulary cities are familiar with, raising the level of public involvement and investment.
Mikkel Salgaard Bendtsen
Managing Partner Denmark