Resuming our Meet the Team Series, we got to know more about our multi-talented Senior Event Manager, Natalie Bain.

This week, we talked with our resident football superstar, Natalie Bain. Nat is passionate about making memories, creating experiences and most of all her beloved puppy, Nala.  

After joining Veritas Events in January 2020, Nat started things out as an Event Manager before showing her skills and adaptable nature by becoming a Program Success Manager. With an eye for detail and outstanding multi-tasking capabilities, Nat continues to grow her clients’ businesses and kick goals. 

So Nat, how long have you been at Veritas Events and how would you describe your role?

Since starting in 2020, my role has been quite dynamic. Overall I would say I help clients find opportunities and solutions to grow their brand. 

What do you love most about what you do?

I love the variety of the work and I love learning new systems and processes. 

What’s your passion outside of work?

Soccer, music, going to the beach or dog park, travelling to new places, trying new restaurants or revisiting favourites with friends. 

What was your first job?

Pouring/making juices in a local fresh juice shop, I still make a mean smoothie to this day. 

  • Book – Currently re-reading Game of Thrones.
  • Movie – Can always watch the Great Gatsby, the Dark Night or Inception.
  • Song – Currently vibing the new Swedish House Mafia – Heaven Takes You Home, it’s a nostalgic summer anthem for me.
Favourite thing about BI WORLDWIDE and Veritas Events

Every single person looks out and supports each other as a team – one team one dream.

What’s your favourite way to unwind after a busy day?

Being welcomed home by Nala.

Your hot tip for the latest event trends.

Face-to-face is back! It’s so great to see our live and in-person events industry back strong as ever. Ensure your guests are comfortable and excited to attend with best-in-classpartners to support and guide you through the unknown. 

Your favourite restaurant…

Too many to choose from, depending on what I feel like. The Bridgeroom (now closed) was a sentimental favourite because it was one of the first fine dining experiences I had and opened my eyes to the fine-dining world. 


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