En2end goes from strength to strength

As 2020 draws to a close, sports hospitality and events agency, En2end is celebrating a successful second half of the year, since forming in May 2019, despite the challenges the global pandemic presented. 

When live sport was suspended in March this year, En2end were quick to adapt, using the down time to assess the services they offer and how they could develop these to suit the current climate. As soon as sport was back in action, so were En2end, offering clients a new kind of hospitality experience.

By developing a secure online platform, En2end was able to virtually host client’s guests, offering the same first-class pre-match hospitality they would in a stadium, from the comfort of their own home. Guests were able to log in to a dedicated webinar, guided by a presenter, and featuring interactive legend Q&As, quizzes, pre-match analysis and specific or bespoke client messages and business presentations.

New kind of hospitality experience

This different offering enabled En2end to develop new business opportunities, and at a time when the hospitality and events industry is facing its most challenging times, the agency welcomed new clients, with Vitality and one more soon to be announced, joining AXA, Standard Chartered, Manchester FA, BT Sport and Trinity College Boston on its impressive list of clients. 

Above & main image (top): Toby Tarrant hosts Chelsea legend, Dennis Wise and Vitality’s Greg Levine during an En2end virtual matchday event. As fans start to return to sport, En2end plan on offering clients both in person and virtual events

Claire Hughes, Director & Founder, En2end said:

It has been a really difficult time for the hospitality and events industry, and we have been fortunate to continue to grow in these uncertain times. Our ability to react and adapt to the circumstances we were in reflects the nature of En2end as a company. As fans begin to return to sport, we plan to continue to offer our virtual hospitality service alongside our usual in-person events. 

Virtual events will never replace the undeniable influence that face-to-face interactions at live events have, but by offering an online and offline solution for our clients, En2end helps clients maximise their matchday sponsorship rights and enables them to engage with a global audience in a cost-efficient way.

No matter what the future of corporate hospitality looks like, En2end has a solution.

For more information on En2end and how they can help deliver in person or virtual events to meet your business needs visit www.en2end.com


En2End Director & Founder, Claire Hughes, will be on hand during the upcoming ‘hybrid’ edition of ALSD International, which will focus on increasing revenue via new builds, renovations, service expansions & technology, and reopening with confidence.

The event will feature a high-level conference, exhibition and networking events, as well as technical tours of Anfield, Goodison Park and M&S Bank Arena. NB: The microsite is now ‘live’, enabling attendees to start networking, so make sure to secure your place.

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