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Taylor Lynn Corporation Invests in New Website Launch


Whilst the event industry wrestles with the economic repercussions of the enforced Covid-19 hiatus, one of the UKs leading event management companies, the Taylor Lynn Corporation (TLC), has taken the opportunity to invest in it's future marketing.

Taylor Lynn Corporation Invests in New Website Launch


"..whilst some event planners have looked to the virtual world to keep their businesses alive, I am a firm believer that you cant replace the unique experience of a live event."
Liz Taylor, CEO, Taylor Lynn Corporation



With a fresh social media campaign imminent, and the TLC team returning to their Manchester HQ in November, the company kick-started a progamme of marketing activities with the launch of a new website earlier this week.

“Our industry has taken a huge knock with Coronavirus” said Liz Taylor, CEO, Taylor Lynn Corporation

“And whilst some event planners have looked to the virtual world to keep their businesses alive, I am a firm believer that you can’t replace the unique experience of a live event. 

“And now is a pivotal moment for us to move forwards. With my team’s expertise and reputation for careful logistical planning, I know that TLC is well-placed to deliver Covid-safe meetings and events.  Plus, we have kept in contact with our clients over the last six months and get a real sense from them now that they want to begin the process of booking events once again.  The time, cautiously, feels right.

“As legislation dictates, these may be smaller events now. But from acorns … oak trees grow.  I already have clients booking Christmas events for this year and conferences in 2021 and 2022. Of course, we work closely to develop creative ways to deliver these projects safely. But importantly, clients are being flexible and creative with us.

“I am a firm believer that the industry will slowly return and am investing in TLC’s marketing and business development now, so we are in prime position to play a key role in that strong long-term future for the event sector.”  Visit the website at: www.tlc-ltd.co.uk

CEO, Liz Taylor, spearheads the dedicated team of event professionals based at the Manchester HQ and working right across the UK and Europe.  Specialising in the organisation of corporate events and with a host of leading brands and celebrity names amongst its client base, TLC has been an inexorable force within the UK events sector for nearly thirty years.  The company’s portfolio includes leading brands such as UEFA, Mercedes Benz, Liverpool FC, City Suites, Manchester United FC, Capital FM, Selfridges, Rothschild Bank, AIG, Carole Nash Associates, BGL and ITV Granada.  With TLC’s discretion and creative delivery, their events have been the talk of the town for business leaders, discerning private guests and a royal guest or two!

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