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  Even the smallest events require a lot of planning. Bigger ones, like weddings, large birthday celebrations, and corporate events, may require more than just the regular paper and pen lists. If they’ll go well, they will require the expertise of professional event planners.
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Elizabeth R prides itself in laying out the plans for and executing events perfectly. And they’re not just some down-te-street event management outfit. They have delivered some of Nigeria’s most prominent ceremonies. They are also in charge of the public relations that go with these larger, prestigious shows. Founded in 2003, Elizabeth R was the idea of Ibidunni Ighodalo (now late). She built it into one of the most sought-after events management businesses in the country. Today, it’s the preferred planner and public relations company for many of Nigeria’s biggest companies, wealthiest families, and the government. Elizabeth R takes care of the whole process of making the glitziest events happen. They begin with creative planning; securing the event venue, deciding what equipment is needed, acquiring supplies, figuring out the decoration, and what the venue layout should look like. Street decoration, venue decoration, stage design, and floral arrangements are all covered as well.
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Brides can also get finely designed wedding gowns from the Avant-Garde store, which is affiliated with Elizabeth R. There’s an array of these garments on display on the Elizabeth R website.  Many of the events the company takes on are weddings, so the gowns come in handy. Media coverage for its events is provided for too. Photography, special effects, holograms, and other media are supplied too. They also arrange for live bands, Masters-of-Ceremony, on-stage musicians, and dance performances. And if attendees need items to gift the celebrants with, Elizabeth R caters to that as well. Since its founding, Elizabeth R has worked with clients representing some of the biggest companies in Nigeria. They include banks and telecommunications companies, banks, and state governments. Featured Image Source: Elizabeth R. Events Limited- Facebook
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This article was first published on 25th June 2021


Ikenna Nwachukwu holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He loves to look at the world through multiple lenses- economic, political, religious and philosophical- and to write about what he observes in a witty, yet reflective style.

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