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The ICC and NEC host Christmas drinks reception at Collyer Bristow Gallery London

The ICC and the NEC, both part of the NEC Group, hosted a Christmas drinks reception for clients on Tuesday 3rd December 2013 at Collyer Bristow Art Gallery in London. They invited their London based clients to network and celebrate a successful year in an exclusive setting.

Festive cocktails, such as the Poinsettia (Champagne, Cointreau and Cranberry), and delicious canapés were provided by the ICC catering team, with their chefs and a mixologist on hand to add a sense of ‘Chef Theatre’ to the evening. Guests commented on the quality of the food and how much they had enjoyed the canapés, and the same level of quality and innovation is offered at the ICC and NEC for events of all sizes – something the catering team pride themselves on.

As well as an opportunity to admire the art work on display, guests were entertained by carol singers and were invited to take part in a business card prize draw to win a Christmas hamper. The winner was announced by Nick Waight, Managing Director, NEC Group Convention Centres, following a short speech to thank clients for attending and to wish them a merry Christmas. On leaving, all guests were given an ICC goody bag which included a bespoke apron and recipe card to tie in with the ICC’s ‘Shape and Create’ marketing campaign.

Catherine Newhall-Caiger, Business Development Director for the ICC said: “Due to the unrivalled accessibility of our venues in the heart of the UK we have clients based around the country and internationally. We wanted to take the opportunity to invite our London based clients to an exclusive venue in the capital to thank them for their business over the past and coming years. The event was an opportunity for everyone to network and for us to showcase our fabulous catering team to new and old clients alike. It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening in the perfect setting.”

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