“What I liked most about him is that he connects with everyone at the event. He wasn’t one of those MC’s that arrive 10 minutes before, and leaves 10 minutes afterwards. I think he was one of the last to leave, and it looked like he mingled with everyone.”
Harley Davidson launch.
“Jack handled the huge crowd really well. He was one of the best MCs I have worked with, especially for this type of hands on interactive events.”
Cell C staff day
Quote: ‘Behind your company logo is a brand. Behind that brand are the people who drive it and make it live everyday. My job as MC is to acknowledge every person on every rung of that corporate ladder.’
No matter how well known in the public domain, a good MC instinctively knows how to focus attention on the event and its message. He works for the client and is committed and passionate about the company, its products and its people. He does his homework and arrives on time, well informed and focused on the job at hand. He should have the touch of authority that gets attention, an ability to create a spirit of camaraderie across all barriers, and a sharp wit that will keep the audience amused.
For a reliable and popular MC, whose work ethic ticks all the boxes, you need look no further than Jack Devnarain. As numerous clients have discovered, you can trust him with your brand!
Jack’s skill in running an event was recognized early on, while he was in the Police Force. He was regularly appointed by the City of Durban to present the Batho Pele Service Excellence Awards, the City Stars Awards and the Mayor’s Awards for Bravery.
Since then, Jack Devnarain has built an enviable reputation as a polished professional MC for memorable events. He has all the essential ingredients that make up a top notch MC – charm, a sense of adventure, a ready wit, a love of people and a passion for just about everything! He’s the perfect chameleon too, whether in a tux at the ball or in smart casuals, beer in hand, as one of the in-crowd at a braai.
Jack’s MC portfolio includes the Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory, Standard Bank, ABSA, SABS, Deloitte, BHP Billiton, Vodacom, Business Connexion and Tsogo Sun. And of course, the SAPS.