Global Event Partners, a specialist event organiser in the oil and gas and infrastructure sectors announced on 3rd July that it is now affiliated with the dmg::events network. Dmg::events are the organisers of world renowned oil and gas events including Gastech, ADIPEC, the Global Petroleum Show and the World Heavy Oil Congress and are a subsidiary of the Daily Mail and General Trust plc, one of the largest media companies in the UK.
‘’We’re delighted to have Global Event Partners as part of the dmg::events network. Their events complement the work we have been doing in Africa. There is a lot of potential to work together to expand our portfolio of oil and gas events and we have some exciting projects we’re looking into for 2014 and beyond’’ said Mark Carr, President of the Energy Sector of dmg::events.
Global Event Partners was founded in 2012 and quickly made its presence felt in the oil and gas events sector by introducing The East Africa Oil and Gas Summit (EAOGS) in Nairobi and The Lebanon International Oil and Gas Summit (LIOG Summit) in Beirut. Both events made waves in the industry and made a name for Global Event Partners as the company to watch. EAOGS and the LIOG Summit were acclaimed as the most prestigious in country oil and gas events in these new emerging markets and were fully endorsed by the Energy Ministries of Lebanon and Kenya.
‘At Global Event Partners we really believe in the importance of local partners and we focus on understanding the needs and ambitions of the governments in the countries we work in. It’s through fostering these relationships that we are able to be so successful with our launch events in Kenya and Lebanon and offer the highest level conference and networking opportunities possible to our clients’’ said Rob Percival, Director, Global Event Partners.
Global Event Partners has a growing number of events in the oil and gas sector as well as in other areas of business in emerging markets. GEP will continue to develop its own leading events as well as developing events in partnership with dmg::events where appropriate including a number of potential projects for 2014.