TORONTO — Eventology has opened an office in Toronto to better serve the Eastern Canadian market, it was announced June 1.
Headquartered in Vancouver, Eventology has, for four years, been delivering events across Canada, and the launch of its Toronto office will allow the company to better serve its clients in Eastern Canada through face-to-face meetings and pre-event site visits.
“With Canada being one of the largest countries in the world, our new office will enable us to deliver our global award-winning service to clients at more competitive rates,” said Alexandra Pett, Eventology CEO.
Heading up Eventology’s office will be Julie Scott, who has previously worked as a lead facilitator, and an events and marketing manager for Biz Events in the Gulf region before returning to Canada to pursue her MBA. Born and raised in Halifax, NS, Scott is fluent in French and English.
“I am so pleased to have Julie at the helm on the Eastern side of Canada. Her experience, dynamic personality, attention to detail and knowledge of the business climate within the Eastern provinces will reinforce our position as Canada’s source for world-class corporate team-building events,” said Pett.
Eventology provides event-based solutions to corporate groups across Canada, helping organizations to build better teams through activities proven to motivate, improve communication and inspire creativity. The company’s event services include rewards and incentives, conference production, icebreaker events, and hospitality and travel events.
Eventology holds the exclusive rights to Catalyst Global’s corporate team-building products in Canada. Catalyst Global is the originator of corporate team-building. A business established more than 25 years ago, which uses the power of intelligent game design to create team-building activities that positively affect the culture of teams with proven, lasting results, Catalyst Global products are sold and delivered through the Catalyst Global partner network, the largest network of its kind, with representatives in more than 40 countries.