Chris congratulating Neil Here is a selection of comments kindly received from Neil's clients.


“Just wanted to send you a quick email to say thank you so much for looking after us on our wedding day. You did an absolutely fantastic job - the whole day was brilliant and ran smoothly which was largely due to you, so thank you!”

Mike and Louise Olding


“Lisa and I both wanted to thank you for making our wedding day run so smoothly. You were very kind and helpful to us both on the day and made everything go off without a hitch. All the hard work you put in is greatly appreciated and we cannot thank you enough for how well it all went.”

Michael Smith

Awards Dinner

“Thanks for overseeing the proceedings of our Awards last week; as always, professional as ever.”

Emma Cash, Show Organiser, Group leisure travel trade show

St David's Day

“I’d just like to thank you very much indeed for all your hard work on Monday night. It makes such a difference when one can rely on the professionalism of a toastmaster such as yourself. I have received numerous phone calls highlighting how smoothly the evening proceeded. As ever, it was a joy to work with you.”

Gaenor Howells – St. David’s Day in London

Awards Dinner

“Just a brief note to thank you for last week, the event went really well I thought and your role in it was greatly appreciated. In fact, 99% of everyone I speak to say it was not just the best Group Leisure Awards ever, but the best awards event they have been to.”

Rob Yandell – Managing Editor & Publisher, Group Leisure.


“Where do we start in thanking you for all you did to ensure our day ran so smoothly. We have had many compliments about how well it all went, and we feel sure that this was due to the fact that you were there to ensure everything was timed to perfection.”

Sara & Dean Beeden

Promotional Event

“I wanted to drop you a note to thank you for your help and hard work on Tuesday night. Many of the guests commented on the smooth running of the event, your guidance here was paramount to its success.”

Samantha Cox - Sales and Operations Director - Chester Boyd


“I just wanted to write and thank you very much for all your hard work on our wedding day. You were certainly a success with all the guests”

Lisa Eyre (Baxter)

Awards Dinner

“The evening was a great success and we were very pleased with the presentation in which you played the key role. The build up to announcing the ‘Dunlop London Taxi Driver of the Year’ was very well done and created the atmosphere the award deserves”

David Clegg, Hon Secretary - Joint London Taxi Driver of the Year Society

Club Dinner & Dance

“On behalf of the St. George’s Day Club let me thank you for “stepping into the breach” and managing our Annual Ball at the Grosvenor House last Saturday evening. You did a great job and I thought your performance was fluent and very professional – as ever.”

Barry Melton, Functions Officer – The St. Georges Day Club

Club Dinner

“I hope you enjoyed the evening of the 14 March at the Grosvenor House Hotel. You were a wonderful Master of Ceremonies and I wish to thank you personally and on behalf of the committee for your splendid contribution to the success of the evening”

Monika Sallows - (Secretary to Dr R Duttweiler) City Swiss Club


“I just had to write to thank you very much indeed for the extremely efficient way in which you carried out your duties as toastmaster at our wedding”

Sylvia Gander

Charity (Livery) Event

“Thank you very much indeed for you expert stewardship of all the events of last Friday at the HAC. It was a great comfort to me to know that nothing would go wrong with you in charge---"

Douglas Brydges OBE - Master The Worshipful Company of Butchers

Corporate Dinner & Dance

“Words cannot explain my appreciation and even though I have always been thinking highly about you, I have to say that this was a real confirmation of your professionalism and trustworthiness. Neil, thank you once again for all your help!”

Marian Vrabel – Director of Events – The London Marriott

Received from The Hague - February 14th, 2011

To Whom It May Concern
Some 10 years ago I first met Mr Neil Hunt when he was officiating as the Master of Ceremonies at a financial services conference in the City of London. I was impressed by the mastery of his work and grew enthusiastic when I found at several subsequent conferences where he or some of his colleagues worked, that his style and competences clearly were at the top of the line within his profession.
Both as speaker and as Chair of financial sector conferences I had the pleasure of working with Mr Hunt.
As then Secretary General of the Brussels based Federation of European Stock Exchanges I decided to hire Mr Hunt to lead the annual conferences FESE organised in Brussels, London and other financial capitals. At all such rather prestigious meetings Mr Hunt performed with bravura and a cool professional attitude. His way of working with his principal was invariably effective and pleasant.
If that were all, this note would not have been written.
At one of our conferences a rather panicky and possibly even dangerous situation developed. Without awaiting my instructions Mr Hunt immediately intervened and managed to calm and then steer a large group of people in such a way that some may not even have realised what was happening. That in my mind elevates Mr Hunt well above the pack, in the UK or on the European continent.
I warmly recommend Mr Neil Hunt as Master of Ceremonies at any occasion, and certainly where more than 50 people congregate.

Paul Arlman (former Secretary General of FESE - The Hague - The Netherlands