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Venuemasters London prepares for showcase

Venuemasters London, part of the national Venuemasters consortium, invites event organisers to its second London showcase of academic venues, taking place on Wednesday 12th November 2014, (4:30pm-8pm).
Hosted in the newly refurbished Great Hall at Queen Mary University of London, the showcase is the perfect opportunity to promote the wide and diverse offering of event and accommodation space that academic venues in London provide.

Queen Mary University of London’s venue and hospitality brand, Events & Hospitality QM together with eight other members of Venuemasters London, have invited over 200 existing and prospective clients to network and meet with a variety of event specialists. In addition, to highlight the venues’ commitment to providing world class events, the showcase features a seminar from Fay Sharpe, entrepreneur and founder of Zibrant the global event specialist.

Lauren Sotherden, Chair of Venuemasters London and Digital Marketing Executive at Queen Mary University of London stated: “With event organisers continually searching for the new and unusual and with ever tightening budgets, academic venues are becoming increasingly popular for events. Having Fay Sharpe as our guest speaker highlights our desire to compete in the corporate conference and events market. ”

Following a £6.3 million refurbishment, the Great Hall has been returned to its original art deco glory while benefiting from state-of-the-art sound, lighting and audio visual systems. In their quest to expand into new business sectors, Queen Mary University of London were proud to host one of two intimate Damon Albarn London concerts in May 2014.

Registration is still open so if you would like to attend the event please register via the events page of the Venuemasters London website.

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