Located in the West Midlands; this city is recognised as one of the major cities in England and is home to some of the biggest events in the UK. Birmingham has much to offer for every taste, whether you’re into culture, history, food, art, or shopping.
Birmingham – The City
Birmingham is a very diverse city; nearly a third of Birmingham’s residents are of minority ethnic origin, bringing a rich cultural mix to the city. It is also one of the youngest cities in Europe with under 25’s accounting for nearly 40% of its population.
The city has an extensive network of canals and landmarks such as the Bullring Shopping Centre, the National Sea Life Centre, The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter and even Cadbury World. The city is very unique and interesting; bursting with history, culture and plenty of attractions to visit.
Furthermore, it is also home to some of the biggest and busiest exhibitions centres in the UK such as the National Exhibition Centre and the International Convention Centre.
With plenty to offer, Birmingham is definitely one of the cities to consider for your upcoming promotional campaign, exhibition or conference. The city offers a wide range of venues and locations with high footfall and city is always bustling with locals and tourists.
We have lots of talented promotional staff in Birmingham ranging from experienced event managers to bright, bubbly brand ambassadors or professional and articulate exhibition staff. At eventeem, we understand how important it is to have the best staff to represent your brand and so we make every effort to find staff that are perfect for your event.
As part of teapigs’ ongoing matcha sampling campaigns, we regularly staff sampling activities at Selfridges in the Bullring Shopping Centre. The campaigns are always a great success with our staff sampling several exciting matcha cocktails and attracting plenty of customers to purchase.
Back in November 2015, we also worked with Lidl to promote their graduate and undergraduate opportunities. One of the many locations for the campaign was the NEC.