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2014 successes put 30 Euston Square in good stead for 2015

30 Euston Square is celebrating an impressive 80% increase in the number of events hosted in 2014 compared to the previous year.
The venue staged 1,143 events in the past 12 months, an average of 95 events per month, compared to 633 events in 2013, an average of 52 events per month. 30 Euston Square also saw a 33% increase in the number of enquiries handled – 5,118 enquiries in 2014, an average of 319 per month, compared to 3,837 in 2013, an average of 426 per month.


Since its opening in early 2013, the venue has seen significant growth and achieved a number of successes, including receiving several industry awards, such as Bronze at M&IT Awards 2014 for Best Food & Beverage Supplier, Highly Commended at C&IT Awards 2014 for the Best UK Conference Venue, as well as being placed in Event magazine’s list of Top 20 UK Venues.

Yvette Bradley, General Manager of 30 Euston Square, believes the growth and success can be attributed to a number of factors, such as its customer service, catering offer and the extensive conference and meeting space - 300-seat tiered auditorium, 18 meeting and training rooms, six boardrooms and penthouse State Rooms with a rooftop terrace - a combination which has proved to be a versatile and sought after events facility.

Yvette said: "We’ve experienced a fabulous couple of years and have hosted some prestigious events. In 2015 our clients will no doubt look for new ways to impress their audiences, therefore we are constantly improving our offering in order to keep ahead of the curve in the ever-changing conference and events market.

“We will be celebrating our second anniversary in early 2015 and it’s amazing to think how far we’ve come and what we’ve achieved in such a short space of time. I have every confidence that next year will be even more successful.”

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