The project consultancy company, Trivandi Chanzo has managed to increase their team working on the site of the 5th Asian Indoor Martial Arts Games for more than 700 members. As the event gets closer, the project consultants have increased the size of their team, with more than 300 staff with Games experience from 20 different countries have been mobilised to be involved with the preparation at Ashgabat over the course of the last year.
The international experts have also been working recruit and train more than 400 national staff through the Ashgabat 2017 Games Academy in order to make sure that there is a human legacy of event professionals for Turkmenistan.
Trivandi Chanzo Limited, the project consultancy company has been appointed as the Operator for the Games Planning and Delivery in June 2016. The combined international and national team working for Trivandi on this event is thought to be the largest ever outsourced solution used for a major event planning and operations.
The 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games will be help in the city of Ashgabat, in Turkmenistan. The event will take place in September and over 6,000 athletes and officials will take part in the events. The athletes will be travelling from 65 delegations in Asia and Oceania. The Martial Arts Games will consist of 351 medals events across 21 sports in 15 venues.
In the past the project consultants have been involved with a number of high profile projects. Trivandi Chanzo, is a joint venture that was first founded by two of the former members of the London 2012 Organising Committee. Trivandi has been co-founded by former London 2012 Venues and Infrastructure Director, James Bully. Chanzo was founded by the HR and Workforce Director for London 2012, Jean Tomlin. Chanzo delivers the expertise in HR, Workforce, Volunteering and international recruitment that is required for major events such as the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games.