In most cases we offer a free consultation service. We can provide a complimentary proposal outlining venue suggestions, food and drink, possible themes and entertainment ideas. We work to our customers set brief and budget to provide a truly tailor made event.
We have a fantastic database of venues and will happily search for a venue to best suit your event. Our venues include: Night clubs, Bars, Hotels, Museums and Country Houses to name but a few. We have many original and exciting locations on offer to our clients.
By calling an event company you are using experts in designing and organising events whilst at the same time maintaining control and the direction of the event. We will constantly liase with you throughout the planning, organisation and execution of any event, taking the stress and strain away from the event whilst leaving our clients to take all of the praise.We can provide anything from magicians to marquees, discos to desserts, lookalikes to lute players. We will give your event that all important 'wow' factor.
Corporate and Special Event Producers
The have produced hundreds of unique corporate and special events.Whether you require an exclusive special event for 10 VP's or an interactive carnival for 10,000 guests, we provide excellent event management services. Our signature events include Theme Galas, Acquisition Events, Client & Staff Appreciations, Corporate Picnics, Christmas Parties, Team Building Events and New Product Launches.We ensure that our clients' expectations are exceeded through endless creativity & personalized service. Our passion and dedication create unforgettable corporate events!
In probability theory, an event is a set of outcomes (a subset of the sample space) to which a probability is assigned. Typically, when the sample space is finite, any subset of the sample space is an event (i.e. all elements of the power set of the sample space are defined as events). However, this approach does not work well in cases where the sample space is infinite, most notably when the outcome is a real number
Events in probability space
Efining all subsets of the sample space as events works well when there are only finitely many outcomes, but gives rise to problems when the sample space is infinite. For many standard probability distributions, such as the normal distribution the sample space is the set of real numbers or some subset of the real numbers. Attempts to define probabilities for all subsets of the real numbers run into difficulties when one considers 'badly-behaved' sets, such as those which are nonmeasurable.