• Event planning and venue search

    Provider of venue search and bespoke events including awards ceremonies, conferences, parties, product launches, offsite retreats, workshops, memorable celebrations and occasions.

  • What We Do

    TwistedTree Limited is an event solutions company that for over a decade have specialised in event consulting services including event management, venue sourcing and event business development.

    We take a bespoke, tailor-made approach to sponsorship and event management, bringing a wealth of experience and 20+ years industry background knowledge to your event.
     
    We have worked with events across a range of industry sectors including financial services, technology, digital media, pharma/life sciences, healthcare and creative sectors, as well as with private events.

     

    Networking event, corporate event management

    TwistedTree can help you with:

    - Event strategy

    - 360 event management; from concept to post-event follow up
    - Event staffing for your event
    - Venue sourcing and management
    - Speaker/VIP guest management
    - Customer service for your event
    - Ticketing and event website solutions

    - Webinar management
    - Product launches
    - Event marketing management
    - Incentive trips and offsite retreats for your team, clients or portfolio companies
    - Gala dinners and awards ceremonies
    - Event project management incl short term cover (maternity, leave of absence)

    Contact us for more details.

  • Who We Are

    Established in 2007, TwistedTree Limited is an event consulting company specialising in event management and venue search services.

    Petra Johansson, Founder, TwistedTree Limited

    Petra Johansson

    Founder & CEO

    Petra's event experience spans many industry sectors including financial services, pharmaceutical, life sciences, education, telecommunications, digital media and publishing, creative and social media.

     

    Petra holds a MBA from Lund University in Sweden and has 20+ years experience from the events industry ranging from sponsorship, media and delegate sales at organisations including IIR Conferences (now Informa Group), Incisive Media, and Financial News.

     

    Petra has been based in London since 1998, and does continuously work with international clients and international events across Europe, North America and the Middle East.

     

    Petra runs events consulting company TwistedTree since 2007, and is also co-founder of 2Pears, and a director of Techfugees.

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    Call us on +44 (0)20 3239 9325 or +44 (0)1322 613 583

    Email petra@twistedtree.co.uk

    Address: 34 Beech Avenue, Swanley, Kent, BR8 8AU

    Registered office: Technology Park, 5, Colindeep Ln, London NW9 6BX

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  • Featured Venues

    Here are some of the venues we regularly work with but there are a lot more venues on our books. To find out more, please contact us.

    London venues, event management

    etc. Venues County Hall

    Large conference and event venue in County Hall

    etc.venues County Hall offers 68,000 sq ft of multi use event space over two floors for conferences, meetings and events.
    Situated on the Southbank of the Thames, etc. venues County Hall has an enviable location next to The London Eye with breath taking views over The Houses of Parliament & Big Ben and easily accessible from both Waterloo and Westminster stations.

    London venue, event planning

    The Grange St Pauls

    5 star London Hotel next to St Paul's Cathedral

    The 5-Star Grange St. Paul's Hotel is a spectacular events venue overlooked by St Paul's Cathedral, where you can host business meetings, corporate functions and private events in London.

    They have 23 flexible events and meeting rooms for hire which are spread over two expansive floors and offer a capacity of 2,000 people across both levels.

    London venues, gala dinner

    Shangri-La at the Shard

    The perfect setting for your event with spectacular views

    Shangri-La Hotel, At the Shard, London provides experienced hosts and state-of-the-art services that cater to the highest level of international business, diplomatic and social gatherings.

    Overlooking the majestic River Thames and the City of London with stunning views from floor to ceiling windows the event space can hold up to 140 guests.

     

    London venue option, conference management

    etc. Venues St Pauls

    City based state of the art conference and exhibition centre

    Located at 200 Aldersgate near St. Paul's Cathedral & The Barbican, etc.venues St Paul's is a flexible large venue - the largest room can hold up to 400 along with a further 12 rooms for conference breakouts, training and meetings.
    This versatile event space is ideal for receptions, exhibitions and networking alongside the main rooms.

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