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Bristol’s lively creative quarter hosts VisitMôr launch event
In 2019 VisitMôr welcomed guests to a sociable networking launch at The Cloak and Dagger on the fringes of Stokes Croft. The event was a great opportunity for potential clients, contractors and the public, especially arts and culture enthusiasts, to find out more about the creative services offered by the consultancy.
Partnerships for the future
The launch provided an informal showcase of portfolio highlights, so attendees could get a taste of the rich variety of work achieved by VisitMôr Director, Beth Môrafon. This included some beautiful large-scale interpretation exhibits designed for visitor centres in the UK and overseas. “I’m hugely grateful for the collaboration and team work which has led to this point,” said Môrafon. “And I’m looking forward to establishing new partnerships, as well as strengthening and sustaining the many great relationships I have built with clients, colleagues and contractors along the way.”
A cocktail of creativity
The Cloak and Dagger (formerly Cox and Baloney’s Tearoom) on Cheltenham Road was chosen as the ideal place for the launch, as it borders Bristol’s most lively arts scene. Venue manager Jenna Graves is a champion for the creative industries and said, “We’re very excited to be opening a new venue in such a dynamic part of Bristol. The Cloak and Dagger is a diverse space open to all seeking cultural fulfilment, social engagement and, of course, a cocktail or two!”
Celebrating the VisitMôr village
Before raising a glass to the future of the new consultancy Môrafon commented, “The expression ‘it takes a village to raise a child’ communicates the collaborative ethos I want to foster in building VisitMôr. The consultancy values the unique skills of each contributor”. She also assured us that she’d be bringing plenty of passion, creativity and fun to her exciting new role. The evening was a great success and well attended by creatives from a range of industries and organisations in Bristol and the South West.