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Hugh Ridgway , owner, St Moritz Hotel & spa:

“We have employed Excess Energy from our pre-launch phase and have worked with them for over three years now. Throughout that time they have proved themselves invaluable at every turn and they have been one of the most important pieces in the jigsaw of our ongoing success. The Excess Energy team constantly listens to us and absorbs what we need. They then create and develop PR ideas and marketing solutions that totally fit our refined proposition and also proactively come up with fresh concepts and opportunities for us.

I would wholeheartedly recommend their services to any other businesses or organisations who are driven and ambitious and who truly want to go above and beyond the norm."

Richard Wilcox, Falmouth BID manager says of Excess Energy:

“Since the word go we have been continually impressed by the enthusiasm and professionalism of Excess Energy. Their proposal was outstanding but more importantly they have delivered the goods. The campaign is going from strength to strength and we have an excellent working relationship with the team. Events such as the Oyster Festival have seen a marked increase in visitor numbers since Fal BID got underway – the 2010 event was the most successful event to date – and it is clear that the heightened media exposure Falmouth is getting as a result of Excess Energy’s contribution is having a really positive impact."

Miranda Bird, European Regions of Culture Campaign Director said:

“Excess Energy produced the finale EROC conference with the proactive, creative and professional zeal we've become used to from them. They listened to our brief and worked with us on what was quite a tricky brief - very ambitious, with lots of different types of outcomes needed. They sourced entertainment, ensured the catering was smooth and up to standard, sourced a highly professional and engaged MC, co-ordinated a range of elements and commissioned audio visual material which gave the conference texture, interest and slickness. Their scheduling and agenda for the day, plus disciplined timing, meant that the day’s content was constantly moving and everyone’s appetite for info was increased continually.  This was definitely the opposite of a death-by-powerpoint day! The attendees came from diverse backgrounds and spoke many different languages, so it was a really tough challenge to keep everybody engaged. However the feedback we've had has been overwhelmingly positive."