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Moving Venue sees aviation business take off

Moving Venue has reported a growing confidence in the aviation sector, as it caters the Farnborough International Airshow.
The biennial exhibition, taking place 14–20th July 2014, is set to account for 10 per cent of Moving Venue's revenue this year.
Moving Venue has been on site for 9 days preparing and meeting the requirements for corporate, country and government bodies. Breakfast, lunches, afternoon teas and evening receptions have been created by Moving Venue at the greenfield site with logistics and planning for the large scale outdoor project in place for over 6 months.  


Farnborough International Airshow represents a showcase for the global aviation sector and 2012’s exhibition resulted in US$72bn worth of orders. Notable visitors to Farnborough in 2014 include David Cameron who outlined a £1.1bn UK governmental investment.  

Moving Venue has developed a longstanding relationship with the major players in the aviation sector and is a regular supplier at Paris, Dubai and Singapore airshows. 

Moving Venue’s managing director Richard Beggs said, 'There is a marked sense of confidence at this year’s show which is reflected in some very large orders being announced. Such economic buoyancy is having a ripple effect for us as our clients reinforce their market positioning through bigger budgeted entertaining and high-end service standards. Farnborough International Airshow has always been an important part in our business planning and 2014 is very much a landmark year in terms of the budgets being spent."

Moving Venue has been at the forefront in delivering many milestone events and 2014 marks 30 years of championing London’s outside catering market. The company is listed across the capital’s most influential event spaces and as the de-facto choice for many FTSE-100 clients.

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