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EESA offers pan-India membership to events industry

EESA offers pan-India membership to events industry
L–R: EESA's Felix Remedios and Santana Davis

EESA offers pan-India membership to events industry


The Event Equipment Services Association (EESA), registered as a society in Bengaluru in 2018, was formed to unite and represent companies that offer equipment and professional services for the events industry. Initially accepting members from Karnataka state in the southwest of India, the current pandemic has inspired EESA’s decision to open up membership to eligible companies across the entire country.

“EESA represents the event industry vendor community,” explained EESA president, Felix Remedios. “Bonding together under one umbrella on a national platform helps bring recognition to the industry on a pan-India level, raise technical and safety standards through education and workshops, and exchange dialogues with various event management associations for a better and more professional working relationship which will help raise the bar on the quality of events in the country.”

“We are not even recognised as a contributing industry in India,” added EESA vice president, Santana Davis. “The whole purpose of EESA was to bring together companies offering similar services in the event industry, so that we can face common problems and pool our resources for the betterment of the industry. With the vision of EESA going national, we shall now be able to represent ourselves to the government in a more efficient manner for any issues affecting this industry, now or in the future.”

EESA is confident its members will learn and achieve more together through networking and collaboration, encouraging an international outlook and initiatives such as cross-rental support amongst equipment hire companies, and standardising processes that will help when dealing with customers, international bodies and the government.

“We are confident we are going to be much more impactful as a national association,” said Davis.

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