Legends want to thank all our Official Partners and give them an opportunity to tell you about themselves
Britannia Hotels offer 35 properties in key locations throughout the UK, with excellent facilities for both corporate and leisure markets. Our diverse hotels provide a variety of facilities in practical and inspiring surrounding for any large or small conferences, meetings, exhibitions, Dinners,AGM’s or social events from weddings to graduations and boast an excellent range of leisure and entertainment facilities for delegates.
Our hotels have excellent transport links to major airports and motorways and are based in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Aberdeen, Bournemouth, Stafford, Nottingham, Newcastle, Wolverhampton, Coventry, Wigan, Brighton, Blackpool, Folkestone, Scarborough, Gatwick, Southport, Llandudno, Market Bosworth.
Britannia has over 7,000 bedrooms and our facilities can accommodate from 2 to 4,000 delegates, with free Wi-Fi for guests with laptops. Britannia venues are practical and spacious, with select hotels offering free onsite parking and health club facilities, often including gym, spa and swimming pools.
As a group we are really excited in hosting these events across the UK, for this very worthy cause and also being the charities chosen hotel sponsor.
The charity sector is a great market for all our hotels and we look forward to working closely with the charity/Cowan Global and hosting some excellent “Sporting legend “events in 2011.
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Scott Hingley, Creative Director, and Kirstie McKenzie, Managing Director
Marketing and branding can attract a lot of people Talking Bollox but at Touch we like to keep things clear and simple. We deliver eye-catching and attention-grabbing branding and design work that delights our clients. We’re big on innovative ideas such as our logo and branding for ‘Legends’ and we make sure that the creativity behind an approach is practically applied so that the work always stands the test-icles of time!
We are delighted to be able to support Legends Talking Bollox in helping raise the profile of the fight against testicular cancer. We’re also proud of our work with a range of other clients whose purpose is to improve people’s heath. This covers the voluntary sector (National Obesity Forum), public sector (primary care trusts, a cancer network and organisations tackling stigma in mental health) and the private sector (the international health and fitness brand Tanita). Our portfolio spans not only health but local government, sport, the arts, retail, food, construction and IT.
Across all our services we like to provide that extra touch which turns a good idea into a great idea. We will always work with you to understand your needs and target audiences to create intelligent and inspirational design across digital and print media. Our services are many and varied including brand development, logos, exhibition stands, reports, websites, marketing material, corporate communications, promotional items and business stationery. We hope our work encourages you to get in touch.
Our ethos for our events here at Cowan Global is simple; an event should be or do three things:
2. Easy to understand
3. It should benefit a good cause
When we came up with the idea for Legends Talking Bollox! we were happy that we had come up with another event that matched our ethos and were extremely pleased when Everyman agreed.
Over the years our event ideas have raised over £1/4 Billion for charities ranging in size from small local causes to some of the largest charities in the UK and include such household names as the Race for Life, the UK’s largest women only participation event.
But Cowan Global don’t only design and deliver highly successful charity events.
At Cowan Global Consulting we are proud to have worked around the world and across the UK with business, sport, third sector and governmental organisations supporting them in designing, developing and delivering highly effective strategies.
Cowan Global Training delivers high quality workshops and seminars with for the business leaders of today and tomorrow as well as some of the best coach development opportunities available in sport and, crossing between the two sectors we take important lessons from each and apply them to the other.
You’ll be pleased to know that we like to communicate in plain, uncluttered, jargon free English. In fact the only time you’ll find us Talking Bollox in when seeking to beat testicular cancer!
Everyman Explained Who we are? What we do? And why we do it?
Everyman is a campaign that was launched by The Institute of Cancer Research in 1997.
We launched Everyman for 3 main reasons:
The incidence of prostate and testicular cancers was rising dramatically.
A lack of funds meant that too little research had been carried out.
Men were (and many still are) notoriously bad at discussing health matters.
Which added up to one big reason – too many men were dying from prostate and testicular cancer.
Everyman was launched to do 2 things:
To break the taboos surrounding prostate and testicular cancer and raise awareness of them amongst men and women.
To raise funds so that our scientists could carry out research vital to improving the outlook for every man – and so cross out testicular and prostate cancer.
The Everyman logo represents the XY chromosomes that go to make a man.