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RGS Events

Category: Event Services and Fan Engagement

Website: www.rgsevents.com

Contact: paul@rgsevents.com

RGS Events is the world’s leading Games FF&E Supplier and highly experienced Project Managers to major global sporting events providing unique turnkey solutions.

 

RGS have been involved in the sporting events market since Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, providing a wide range of services and in many cases becoming sponsors. We have developed a proven methodology for project managing the supply and installation of new, high quality FF&E across international events, spanning over 22 years. With our experienced, embedded staff and back of house support including international Quality Control teams, we have strong and experienced project teams to deliver high quality and importantly cost competitive FF&E solutions including bespoke ranges and coordination with Look & Feel. 

Our expertise lies in Project Management, International and Local Procurement, Supply Chain Logistics, Product and Packaging Sustainability and most importantly a proven Dissolution (Salvage) process that has a key Legacy component. We have worked for a variety of incredible clients including the Commonwealth Games, FIFA World Cup, Summer and Winter Olympics Games and Rugby World Cup.

Rosterfy

Category: Event Technology

Website: https://www.rosterfy.com/

Contact: info@rosterfy.com

Rosterfy helps volunteer and workforce managers streamline their end to end workforce management by replacing manual processes with automations.

With over 1 million volunteers and staff using Rosterfy worldwide, organisations including large scale events, sporting federations, local governments, and event management organizations and contractors utilise Rosterfy to centralise and streamline the way they engage their workforce community. Current clients include The Super Bowl, Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, LA Sports & Entertainment Commission, Football Australia, IMG, and more. 

What sets Rosterfy apart is our automations engine, allowing clients to build their end to end workflow from registration, screening and scheduling through to training, timesheets, payroll, and comprehensive reporting. On average clients reduce their workload by 40%, with automations replacing previously manual processes. This allows workforce management teams to focus on more productive outcomes like growing and retaining their workforce database. 

 Features include applicant screening, automated scheduling, workflow automation, communications including email and SMS, training modules, attendance tracking, dedicated volunteer portals, reward and recognition, dashboard analytics, and more.

 For volunteers and staff, Rosterfy’s unique workforce profiles allow users to track their events, shifts, communications, training progress, role offers and rewards all in the one place, providing an engaging experience from start to finish.

Smyle

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Website: www.smyle.co.uk

Contact: hello@smyle.co.uk

Smyle is a creative agency at the intersection of digital + physical experiences, producing in-person, virtual and hybrid live experiences for a range of brand, business and consumer audiences. Smyle has picked up over 70 industry awards including Agency of the Year three times in 2020 for The Drum, EVCOM & C&IT. In 2021 so far it has been named among Campaign’s Best Places to Work list and won Creative Experience Agency of the Year.

Smyle’s comprehensive in-house capabilities provide clients with a unique combination of services including: digital experiences, physical experiences, content, strategy & creative, measurement and sustainability.

Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA)

Category: Safety and Security in Crowded Places

Website: https://sgsa.org.uk/#

Contact: info@sgsa.org.uk

The Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA) is the UK Government’s safety regulator for sports grounds. We have been improving sports grounds safety across the world for over 30 years.

We are authors of the Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds 6th edition (Green Guide) and SG03: Event Safety Management. They are internationally recognised as best-practice guides for the development and refurbishment of stadia and the safe management of events to ensure spectator safety, including management responsibilities, conducting risk assessments and developing an Operations Manual.

Safety management at sports grounds has become more sophisticated and more professional and we set the standard for which sports grounds should aspire to in managing sports venues.

Event organisers, venue owners and operators use our guides to help prepare venues for major sporting events across six continents, at every World Cup and Olympic event since 2002.

Besides our guidance, we provide consultancy, advisory and bespoke training services across the world. We act as a trusted strategic safety partner for host cities and international federations, helping them to determine their strategic safety needs to ensure safe major sporting events. Improving sports grounds safety at a strategic level requires the support of multiple stakeholders - from legislators and policymakers, through to venue owners, local police, stewards and of course, spectators and our expertise as a UK safety regulator gives us a unique insight into how to navigate these challenges.

SRSRM

Category: Safety and Security in Crowded Places

Website: www.linkedin.com/company/srsrm-ltd/

Contact: markc@srsrm.co.uk

The core competencies of SRSRM are resilience assurance, security risk management and operational decision support. Our two principals bring close to 80 years experience consulting to governments and businesses in the areas of security, investigations and resilience.

From the perspective of major events and crowded spaces we draw on staffand associates with experience of securing UK Party Conferences, Athens and London Olympics, Glasgow 2014 and Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth games, the Edinburgh Tattoo and the Royal Tournament.

 

Adversary behaviour modelling: Working with a leading applied psychologist, we model crowded places identifying how where and when an adversary might behave, informing your staff, systems and plans.

Human terrain modelling. On-line, we model how candidates or employees might be identifiable and vulnerable to targeting.

Community resilience on social media. We monitor sentiment around your community, event or your brand, helping you to understand localopportunities and risks. We can draw  on world class creative agencies to help shape your security and resilience narrative.

• Emergency Planning. We help you rehearse your response plans in a safe space.
• Infrastructure security and resilience: We can model and secure the public transport, public utilities and telecommunications systems needed to sustain your event using CPNI methodology.

 

Our recent work includes:
-Behavioural profiling to help protect crowded spaces, drawing on lessons from recent events
-Security assurance advice to small businesses seeking to meet government security standards.

During 2019 and 2020 SRSRM continues to support the work of the Security
Institute and the Emergency Planning Society.

Taylor Bridges

Category: Safety and Security in Crowded Places

Website: www.taylorbridgesconsultancy.com/

Contact: info@taylorbridgesconsultancy.com

Taylor Bridges/Safe and Trained are the experts at helping companies to prevent and manage major incidences in the workplace – no matter the industry. We offer niche training & consultancy that will cover any safety, security, compliance or traffic management related needs.