Bordeaux Réunions, the events company managed by Fabrice Guerineau, has now become Tangram.
During the break in event activities, Fabrice Guerineau and his team are preparing for the future by introducing new projects.
This new brand identity coincides with a new development strategy including both commercial and geographical aspects for the company managed by Fabrice and Laure Guerineau.
Bordeaux Réunions has been a key player in the events sector in Bordeaux for over 20 years.
The company organises trade shows for professionals (under the So Connect brand) and for the general public (under the Maison du Mariage and Tand’m brands) and also publishes guides, magazine and websites related to its events.
At Bordeaux Events, we know this team very well. Each year they host the future brides and grooms show (Salon des Futurs Mariés) at Hangar 14 and the Bordeaux wedding show (Salon du Mariage), the region’s biggest event of its kind. The next edition is scheduled for 2022 at the Congress Centre.
With support from 7 employees with complementary skills (marketing, sales, web, project management), the two managers will propose more comprehensive support for event professionals, thus officially establishing a range of services that have already been tested in the field.
In addition to its main activity of organising trade shows (mentioned above), which will continue to grow over time (with extensions in Toulouse and Biarritz), the company now offers a larger range of services for event stakeholders with two new brands:
- Pulp & Co: a communication agency for the event industry;
- Sharki: an event brokerage and concierge service, a new project led by Raphael Fontana.
Tangram now encompasses all of these brands.
Why this name?
Tangram refers to a geometric shape. By moving the shape around, we can form 7,000 possibilities. This is a perfect image for our profession in the event industry, in which we must constantly adaptFabrice Guerineau explains.