In 2014 we started our partnership with the RetailTRUST, helping organise their annual event in helping raise funds for people working in the retail industry.
Our first year was held as the historic Grosvenor House on Park Lane, with the RetailTRUST celebrating 61 years of their iconic ball. The crème de la crème of the retail industry gathered for a carnival themed event ready to dig into their pockets to support over three million employees in the retail trade. A star-studded event and a charity auction made of dreams, the night raised significant funds for the Trust to continue their vital work.
In 2015 we hosted the RetailTRUST Midsummer Celebration Ball in the stunning and luscious surroundings of Manchester Cathedral. Bringing together old-time loyal supporters and new faces, we put on a summer party that set the benchmark for all others going forward. With 250 guests in attendance, we helped raise an impressive £90,000, allowing the RetailTRUST to continue delivering key programmes and initiatives that support the wellbeing of all involved in retail.
With the stakes raised, we threw the party of the year in 2016 with over 1,000 guests flocking to the Old Billingsgate for a night of glitz and glamour. Hosted by Capital FM’s Dave Berry and a whole host of other celebrities, the event went over and above any other previous event.
From initial conception through to full event delivery, we we’re honoured to work with the RetailTRUST on their charity events, helping deliver world-class events for an iconic institution.
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“D&G Group provide an entrepreneurial and innovative approach to the staging and marketing of events and the generation of strong advertising revenues from these events. They are great fun to work with and drive the bottom line with passion for their business partners. If you work with them, I am sure you will want to develop a long-term relationship with them like ourselves at RetailTRUST.”
Richard Boland, CEO
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