We look for people who can make stuff happen

Deborah Armstrong, CEO of Strong & Co. creative studio

With a passion for creating meaningful and memorable experiences, Debs has become a unique and prominent figure in the events industry, having founded five influential creative companies over the last 15 years. She first made her mark as the Producer of Lost Vagueness (2002-2006), turning it into a ACE funded, touring theatre company, before founding Strong & Co. in 2006 to enable her to produce exceptional ephemeral events for forward-thinking clients. An installation artist at heart and event producer by trade, in 2008 Deborah created the legendary Shangri La at the Glastonbury Festival of which she was MD and Creative Director until 2014. Recently voted the third most influential person in the UK Events Industry she is a visionary with the rare ability to both see and inspire others to see the big picture.

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