We’ve had a lovely family Christmas, and spent time relaxing, which was much needed after a busy last quarter. It’s also been a time to reflect on what we have achieved, and how we aim to move forward.
2013 was a year of great growth for the business. Always a learning curve – we thrive off challenge – we have seen progress in public and private sectors, and will continue to strengthen our commitment to quality service in both areas. In the private sector, we are constantly updating our musical team building workshops to provide the most valuable, cost-effective sessions for our client base. This has led us to work in London for Shire Pharmaceuticals, Jewson, and Google, and nationwide for United Biscuits and Prologis. We have provided musical team building at Abbey Road Studios – probably the world’s most famous recording studios – and at MediaCityUK – the home of the BBC and ITV, and have held top level talks with both for further business in 2014.
Our public sector work has seen us work with universities and colleges on staff training, and student compulsory curriculum workshops, and also within the NHS, where the NHS Choir is now established and performing on a regular basis, with lots more to come to raise much needed funds for charity in the New Year.
So, now is the time to fine tune our sessions, and we are currently working on some brand new packages to accompany our popular ChoirMasters and Rock Samba services already on offer. We believe in what we do, and we want our clients to get the full benefit of our expertise and experience in music and teaching. This year, empowerment, and engagement are our key words! Please do contact us if you would like to know more about our exciting new packages.
We’d also like to thank our fantastic dedicated team of musicians, choir leaders, and rhythm kings who work tirelessly for the company and produce fantastic results. Special thanks to Frank Flynn, Andy Flynn, Di Healey, Matt Herrington, and Jamie Price for their work. Thanks as well go to all our designers, printers, artists, who have produced inspirational material, and to Chris Horrocks for his commitment to the GB cause!
One more posthumous thank you to Mark Lea, who is sadly no longer with us. Mark designed the original GB Music Events website, to which we will be eternally grateful.
The team at GB Music Events would like to thank all our clients for their much valued custom in 2013, and look forward to seeing you again in 2014!!
Happy New Year to you all..