November Roundup

December 1, 2018

We’re convinced that the closer to the end of the year we get, the quicker the months seem to go by. We can’t quite believe it’s December and another whole month has passed. Here’s what we’ve been up to at River and Bear this chilly November…

PB Performance Launch Event

Our client PB Performance launched in early November and what an event it was! Everyone who was anyone in the powerlifting and weightlifting scene was there, plus so much more carefully organised by our R&B team, the whole event was a great success and we look forward to working closely with PB Performance in the future.

Ola’s Christmas Campaign

Don’t want to give too much away at this point, but let’s just say our Ola Coordinators have been busy creating Ola’s Christmas promotion campaign which set to hit the streets of Cardiff this December. If you haven’t been feeling christmassy, you certainly will soon.


The River and Bear team have been busy advertising the 1step2be portal with a wide selection of publications and managing all social media channels. We’re thrilled to have had such a great response from charities in and around Wales to this innovative way to donate to charity.

SFW Events Confirmed

Our sister company Street Food Warehouse has been busy confirming events for next year and we know it’s going to be another fantastic year for the street food scene. Another year has passed and SFW are aiming big for next year with an additional 3 events confirmed for 2019. Make sure to check out their social media channels for updates.

Meetings, discussions and exciting things to come

We’ve been in talks with both Weymouth and Portland Council and North Somerset Council about new events for 2019 which are already being organised and we can’t wait to manage them. Bring on 2019!

If you’re looking for an experienced events management agency to help you organise and manage your event, why not get in contact with us today, give us a call or drop us an email and we can talk through your options.



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