Mark Jones is available for corporate events as a Master Of Ceremonies, compere, event and conference host for auctions and events.
When you require a hugely experienced, professional and warm MC for events, why not consider Mark Jones? He has a fantastic track record of repeat bookings from hosting award ceremonies and conferences.
He’s also hosted fundraisers, sporting events, charitable dinners and Q&A sessions throughout the UK and worldwide.
Mark Jones was one of Liverpool Radio City’s top presenters (for more years than he cares to mention) during their heyday and presented breakfast shows at Magic 828 (Leeds), Manchester’s Magic 1152 and Century (now Smooth) regional stations plus radio stations in the USA.
For more than 20 years Mark has travelled the world hosting prestigious events and Sky Sports’ Masters Football tournaments, both UK and Internationally. He regularly fronts events at Manchester United too.
Mark Jones Master Of Ceremonies
“They were a difficult crowd to please, you did an exceptional job; well done!” HRH Sophie, Countess of Wessex (at official opening of Aquavale Leisure Complex, Aylesbury, Bucks.)
“I wanted to say a huge thankyou. You were absolutely brilliant! You managed to keep it all together perfectly and were extremely professional. I would have no hesitation in recommending you to anyone who requires a host.” Mark Whittle, Events Manager, North & West Lancashire Chamber of Commerce.
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What Is A Master Of Ceremonies?
A master of ceremonies, abbreviated M.C. or emcee, also called compère and announcer, is the official host of a ceremony, a staged event or similar performance.
Today, the term (for a male or its female equivalent: Commere) often connotes a master of ceremonies who presents performers, speaks to the audience, entertains people, and generally keeps a contemporary event moving. As such, the term occurs in entertainment industry, including for television game show hosts, as well as in contemporary hip hop and electronic dance music culture, where MCs refer to rap artists or performers who perform vocals for their own original material. (Wikipedia).
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