It was incredible and everything I’d imagined and wanted it to be.
The attention to detail, can-do attitude and great spirit that all your team bought to this project was fantastic.
an absolute delight to work with...They understood the brief and made sure our brand was reflected in every element of the project.
exceptionally good to work with. Projects were delivered on time and on budget, with the highest level of creative expertise.
The event was a real success for us and it achieved all that I had hoped for. I salute you for your unwavering dedication, creativity and patience in making the event one of the best that Martin have done.
Strong and Co are where we go to make our events brilliant. We will have the initial concept and idea but we bring in Debs and her team to take it up a level. To call Debs the most creative person I know is an understatement...her event execution is flawless.
“Hannah and Gavin’s wedding was indeed magical, I’m still flying high with happiness. David and I felt totally loved up the whole way through, not just because the room was filled with all our friends but because of all the love, care and attention given so wholeheartedly by everyone involved in producing the perfect atmosphere for our party.”
Liverpool Biennial has commissioned Deborah Armstrong to deliver its Opening Party in both 2008 and 2010. The event is a key part of the opening events for the UK’s Biennial. The organisation is a demanding client with a small budget needing to impress important figures within the contemporary art world as well as politicians and members of the business community.I was delighted with the creative and the operational delivery. Strong & Co. are not only brilliant in the way they work and deliver on their projects but also huge fun to work with and they succeeded in giving us events that have continued to live long in the memory of many of our guests as uniquely wonderful
Debs Armstrong, arguably one of the most dynamic and creative people in the events industry at the moment, didn’t start her career as an event professional but as an artist. Anyone who has listened to the career of Debs will have heard how her art focused on the creation of spaces, visual experiences and storytelling. She created immersive environments; little worlds that people could walk into and through. It’s no wonder this skill was transferred to the events industry and is being applied with such finesse.