Scottish Cardiac Arrest Symposium 2015 #SCAS15
Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh

Henri’s obvious extensive experience. Her attention to detail and understanding of all aspects of putting together a successful event were a great asset. Henri was able to offer advice and assistance in all aspects of managing the project. On the day Henri and her team did a very effective job of managing a large complex venue filled to capacity. From the registration process, through refreshments to coordinating a full workshop programme the day went very smoothly. Meticulous planning meant that there were no surprises, and all of the eventualities of the day were dealt with calmly and efficiently..

We are very grateful to HFEM for their expertise and concerted effort resulting in an excellent and memorable event. I would have no hesitation in recommending HFEM to others.

Living it Up’s launch in Lothian

“We used HFEM to organise and run Living it Up’s launch in Lothian at Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange. Henri provided a personalised service above and beyond what you would expect from event management.

I really felt that HFEM took the stress out of organising a large event and was confident on the day that everything would run smoothly (which it did). I would certainly recommend the organisation to anyone who is considering hosting an event or conference.”

Celebrating Diabetes Education for All in Scotland – (c200 participants)

National Diabetes Conference – Past, Present and Future of Diabetes in Scotland – (c310 participants)

“Once again many thanks for your excellent work organising the Diabetes Conferences. Please pass on my thanks to all of your team.”

Highland Diabetes Symposium held in Inverness on World Diabetes Day

“We were delighted to have the services of the HFEM team to organise our biennial diabetes symposium this year. Having an experienced event organiser like Henri made the process much smoother. It was an excellent day and having a professional at the helm ensured a first rate systematic approach right from the beginning to the end. Many thanks”