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Wembley Stadium achieves AIM accreditation

Wembley Stadium at night
Wembley Stadium connected by EE, the largest stadium in the United Kingdom and second largest in Europe, is the latest high-profile venue to become Accredited In Meetings (AIM) and join the mia as venue members.  
The stadium not only is the venue home to the England football team but also host to a myriad of concerts, live events, conferences, meetings, events and exhibitions. Wembley Stadium boasts four main meeting and event spaces, The Bobby Moore Room, The Great Hall, The Atrium and The Wembley Suite.

By achieving AIM, Wembley Stadium joins over 500 venues and suppliers all of whom have met a rigorous set of agreed standards and adhere to a strict code of practice which demonstrates their excellence in terms of legal compliance, ethical business operations, capability, quality of the facilities and overall fitness for purpose.  

Commenting on receiving the accreditation, Wembley Stadium’s Business Development Director, Ruth Kaye, said: “Accredited in Meetings is the definitive hallmark of quality for the meetings and events industry and we’re delighted to achieve this recognition. Delegates and guests will benefit from our friendly and professional approach, high quality facilities, and desire to give them an unforgettable experience.”  

Nick Milne, Chair AIM Development Group, said: “Accreditation is vital to venues wishing to demonstrate their quality and benchmark themselves against competitors. By joining mia and achieving AIM, their kitemark of quality and standard now provides the world-famous venue with a competitive edge that will help them to position themselves as leaders in the field.”  

AIM is the UK’s only nationally recognised quality standard for the meetings, conferences and events industry. The accreditation is endorsed by Visit Britain, Visit Wales, Meet England, ABPCO, MPI and HBAA.

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