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Venues & Events

Natural History Museum releases 2018 supplier list

Hintze Hall
Following this summers’ historic Hintze Hall transformation welcoming Hope the blue whale, the Venue Hire team has released its new-look events supplier list for 2018
The Natural History Museum’s Venue Hire team are delighted to welcome ten new event suppliers, including Kerb, Seasoned, Floco, Greenleaf, La Freshco, Royal Wedding Services, Sapna, Eclipse, Full Circle and Our Kid Brother to the list.


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Four new restaurants revealed for Royal Ascot 2018

Bone marrow crusted short rib and fillet of beef, potato and black garlic dauphine, crisp shallots
Ascot Racecourse has confirmed four new Fine Dining restaurants for Royal Ascot 2018 – The Balmoral, The Windsor Forest, The Furlong Restaurant and The Gallery. These will form part of its expanded 15-strong portfolio of restaurants at the Royal Meeting. Packages start from £269+VAT rising to £2,009+VAT per person and range from five-course designed menus to all-day food service and interactive dessert stations, ensuring there is something for all tastes and budgets. 

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Corporate Travel Forum Beijing opens access to wider network in city and gives preview of upcoming CTW China 2018

The Corporate Travel Forum Beijing
The Corporate Travel Forum Beijing, organised by TTG Events and Carlson Wagonlit Travel China, took place on 1 November at the Grand Mercure Beijing Central. The full-day educational forum covered topics on travel and expense, traveller satisfaction, data analytics and security, and explored the rapid growth of the China’s business travel market. The event also gave attendees a preview of the informative discussions and networking opportunities they can expect to see at the Corporate Travel World China 2018 conference in Shanghai next March.

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Congresses held in Prague bring annually up to 200 Million Euro to public budgets

Meeting industry in Prague, which is an industry associated with organizing congresses, conferences, corporate meetings and incentive events, generates in multiplication an annual income of between 170 and 200 million Euro to public budgets. According to the new KPMG study prepared for the Prague Convention Bureau, only 3,9% - between 6.5 and 7.5 million Euro of the sum - will return to Prague's budget.

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