Nottingham’s hotly-anticipated charity event is due to pack a punch this November at PRYZM (21 November), offering a night brimming with entertainment and support for a local children’s charity.
This year marks the 15th anniversary of Nottingham Hot Property (NHP), an event that brings together business experts from across the city annually, demonstrating their musical abilities from singing to guitars solos, while also showing their on-going support for young people across Nottingham by raising funds for a chosen charity.
This year the belt of support is awarded to both Switch Up and its sister-organisation The Nottingham School of Boxing which use a combination of physical activity mentorship, counselling and education to help young people with complex issues.
Marcellus Baz BEM, founder and CEO of Switch-Up and Nottingham School of Boxing, said: “Our two organisations provide critical support to Nottingham’s young people through diversional activities and early intervention techniques which engage them in sport and personal development.
“The support of Nottingham Hot Property will give us further opportunity to link those from Nottingham’s most deprived communities with opportunities they didn’t know existed, providing positive role models, peer mentors, councillors, and support through difficult or challenging life situations. A huge thank you to them and everyone who’ll be attending and donating on the night.”
Hit-by-hit, professionals ranging from CEOs to interns will get footloose at the event as they take part in this year’s nostalgic theme ‘Throwback Thursday’. An audience of over 700 people can expect performances ranging from the girl power of the Spice Girls to the disco era of Chic LeFreak.
Siobhan Goodacre, one of the NHP organisers, said: “Each and every year we look for a way to make Hot Property bigger and better, keeping both our participants and attendees on their toes! We’re really excited to host our very own ‘Throwback Thursday’ event, giving professionals a chance to have fun and most importantly raise funds for Nottingham School of Boxing. It’s a fantastic organisation which is making a real difference in Nottingham and we are proud to be supporting.”
There is currently one sponsorship spot left, however the confirmed sponsors of Hot Property 2019 include: B&M Interiors, Couch Perry Wilkes, Faithful + Gould, Fraser Brown, Pulse Associates, Samclo Construction, Savills and Shakespeare Martineau. Joining these are the event’s media partner The Business Desk, PR agency Cartwright Communications, design agency Blimey Creative and design and print agency Ginger Root.
For more information about Hot Property, how you can become a sponsor or get on the gig list, please visit the website www.nottinghamhotproperty.com or contact Max Kwan at firstname.lastname@example.org