Just over four years ago, senior members of LOCOG’s Venues and Infrastructure department of London 2012 established Trivandi, a consultancy that provides delivery and operational advice on venues and mega-events.
Since then, Trivandi, co-founded by James Bulley, Paul May and Jonathan Branson, have secured 30 contracts in 17 countries around the world for many prestigious international events and venues.
They have been commissioned to provide operational planning advice and implementation services on events including Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup, Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco, the Grand Depart of the Tour de France in 2014, Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, Lima 2019 Pan American Games, Expo 2020 Dubai, the 2016 Champions League Final in Milan and Budapest 2017 FINA World Championships.
Trivandi is also appointed alongside their joint venture partners, Chanzo as the Operator for Games Planning and Delivery for Ashgabat 2017 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games, the first major sporting event to be held in Turkmenistan.
They have advised on major venue and infrastructure projects including a portfolio of international visitor attractions for Eden Project, the roll out of ‘Urban Adventure’, an exciting new leisure experience destination, the Abu Dhabi ‘Constellation’ and a new stadium for Queen’s Park Rangers.
James Bulley OBE, Chief Executive said:
Since London 2012 we have seen clients in the venues and events business increasingly interested in how to create a spectacular visitor experience. It’s the new definition of success. To deliver on this, our clients are demanding the highest quality of advice across every aspect of venue and event planning. That is where we are being called on to support our clients; guiding and steering successful strategy and implementation, delivering first class mega-events and venues that deliver exceptional visitor experiences.
Picture left to right: James Bulley, CEO; Jonathan Branson, Executive Director; Paul May, Chairman)