WE CREATE MOMENTS THAT MATTER
YellowHouse Events is an event marketing and planning firm that gets brands face-to-face with their target audience(s).
We produce memorable moments for our clients, and theirs, through creative, intelligent events locally and internationally.
We are the architects of a collective vision, with the Blueprint for lasting impressions.
"YellowHouse was instrumental in helping to bring our vision to life. The team was fun to work with and dedicated to ensuring a successful event. We're delighted with the execution, turnout and response"
Yellow was Van Gogh's favorite colour. He believed that yellow could draw the eye to a small detail, without taking attention away from the entire image. His most creative period is said to be the year he lived in his beloved yellow house in Arles, France, where he perfected "pointillism", a technique using tiny dots that perfectly blend together to form the bigger picture.
“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together”
– Vincent Van Gogh
We agree! A great event campaign is a series of small things coming together to leave a lasting impression.
"EVENTS DONE RIGHT ARE A COMPLETE BRAND IMMERSION.
THE LIVE DELIVERY OF A KEY MESSAGE."
- Grail Noble
The story goes: A man was walking along the beach watching a child lean down and throw something into the sea. He asked the child what he was doing and the child replied that he was returning washed up starfish to the ocean before they died. The man looked at the hundreds of starfish and miles of beach ahead and said: "But there are so many, how will it make a difference?" The child turned and tossed another starfish into the cool water and said: "it made a difference to that one".
We know that every little act of kindness creates a better world, which is why we donate a percentage of our sales to charitable partners each year. We work with a variety of organizations, happily donating our support to raise funds through events and creative, both on and off line.
"GREAT THINGS ARE DONE BY A SERIES OF SMALL THINGS BROUGHT TOGETHER."
- Vincent Van Gogh