Karen Hemmati

Event Manager

Karen Hemmati

Gilly’s take on Karen

Karen is a true events professional, with impressive experience in her field. She is extremely self-motivated, focussed and has exceptional attention to detail. Her experience as an Event Manager has spanned over three years, designing and overseeing high-level events in partnership with iconic British brands and venues. With a strong background in corporate events, Karen is equally comfortable when delivering events for our private and creative clients. Karen has a true love of the industry, and always strives to exceed every expectation.

Karen’s Career highlights

•Taking clients to drive Jaguar’s at 200mph in the Scottish countryside
•Working for two summers in America on events focussed on children and adults with disabilities
• Helping launch my sister’s business
• Participated in Tough Mudder twice to raise money for the Sick Kids hospital

Unique fact

I almost died from a heart condition at 13 years old – fighting fit now!

Life motto

“Always have a willing hand to help someone, you might be the only one that does”

Key strengths

•Organisation
•Passion for everything I do
•Always ready to get stuck in!

Favourite Instagram account

@allontheboard – daily inspiration

A few of Karen Hemmati's Projects

Q Medical : Conference & Dinner

Q Medical : Conference & Dinner

"It was an absolute pleasure working with YOURgb on our recent Masterclass for UK plastic surgeons. The team relieved me...

Ms Sherrington, Sales & Marketing Director, Q Medical

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Virgin Hotels Edinburgh : Press Launch

Virgin Hotels Edinburgh : Press Launch

"Thank you so much to you and your team for all the help with this event. Everything looked great, we couldn't have done...

Ms Lanzas, Director of Communications & Social Media, Virgin Hotels

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University of Edinburgh : Thinkathon Conference

University of Edinburgh : Thinkathon Conference

"The event went better than we could have hoped! The attendees enjoyed it so much, and are keen to see more similar even...

Mr Mizani, Newton International Fellow, The University of Edinburgh

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