E2, based in the West End, is now known as Eventfull.
Local event management company E2 Event management is rebranding, following four years of continuous growth. The West End company is now known as Eventfull.
“Our service offerings have grown tremendously since we formed the company in 2012,” said Melissa Abraham, Partner at Eventfull. “We wanted a name that better reflected who we are and what we do.”
Melissa, along with partners Jorge Salgado and Ashley Burgess, have grown the company to include clients such as Bon Secours, Towne Bank, The Faison School and the VFMA. Service offerings have expanded beyond event logistics to include creative design, promotional items, and event marketing. “Eventfull is a name that represents our team and complete service offerings, which is a full service event management company,” said Abraham.
The company hopes to give back to the Richmond community by sharing some of their event management knowledge through their newly established nonprofit organization, Eventfull RVA. The mission of Eventfull RVA is to raise awareness and increase funds for local non-profit organizations through large-scale festivals and events. “We’d like to help the local nonprofit community better understand how they can host a successful event and raise funds for their mission, said Burgess.”
The company’s growth also includes the recent addition of two new members to the team. John Fuse joins Eventfull as an Event Manager and Stacey Sutton has been hired as an Event Assistant. “One of the things we pride ourselves on is our culture at Eventfull,” said Salgado. “We are family first, colleagues second. So we take great care in choosing those we add to our team. We’ve known John and Stacey for a long time and are proud to call them members of the Eventfull team.”