What Is iMeg?

iMeg Partnership is more than a media and events agency.

Founded by award-winning editor and events host Chris Maguire, iMeg Partnership’s mission is simple: to help clients grow their business.

We use our great business and media connections to build your brand, raise your profile and link like-minded people and organisations together.

Our events are designed to help you network with your target sector and generate new leads.

iMeg Partnership can be the game-changer your business needs.

Chris Maguire, Event Host, Imeg

“I’ve been interviewed by Chris several times and he has a lovely rapport with the interviewee but never avoids asking difficult questions. He’s renowned for his level of preparation and the events he hosts are always great fun. I’ve sat on judging panels with Chris and he’s a big advocate of raising the profile of women in business.” Angela Spindler

Our Showreel

Our services include

  • Hosting business events; round tables; award ceremonies;
  • Media training;
  • Business consultancy;
  • Content writing;
  • PR and marketing;
  • Crisis reputation management;
  • Masterclasses on public speaking and script writing;
  • Keynote speeches; and
  • Expert media commentary.

The Latest Blogs

For a company that has spent a fortune on PR and marketing, flexible office provider WeWork is on the ropes in the court of public opinion.WeWork’s planned IPO – which valued the company at a mouth-watering $47bn – was pulled and co-founder and CEO Adam Neumann stepped down as investors to... Read More

One of the biggest challenges facing entrepreneurs is how to transition from a funky start-up to a fast growing scale-up.The business landscape is littered with disruptive tech start-ups that never grow up sufficiently to join the scale-up community.Before we look at the reasons why we s... Read More

Chris Maguire, Event Host, Imeg

The average age of non-executive directors – or NEDs – of FTSE listed companies is over 60 but how old should they be in the fast-changing world of tech? Chris Maguire reports. For many senior executives hurtling towards retirement, becoming a non-executive (or NED) has become the Holy Grail.... Read More