The SITE GB panel discussion at the Westminster venue looked at the growth of incentive programmes, how they can be integrated into communications strategies, and how such programmes can deliver on objectives whilst giving participants the experience of a lifetime.
The evening was chaired by CAT Publications managing editor Martin Lewis. Panellists included Barbara Jamison (head of business development, London & Partners), Chetan Shah (head of operations, Black Tomato), Rebecca Duncan (partnership development manager MICE & groups, Virgin Atlantic Airways) and creative events and experiential consultant Richard Foulkes.
Barbara Jamison, Head of Business Development Europe at London & Partners commented: “Site GB Chapter were delighted with their evening panel discussion and networking event at Church House. The team at Church House always deliver events of the highest level and the proof was that everyone was enjoying the animated networking, atmosphere and delicious food well into the evening.”
Robin Parker, General Manager at Church House, comments: “It was fantastic to see so many people turn out for such an important debate. When discussing industry issues it is important to get the views of as many professionals as possible as it allows a collective view to be formulated for the good of everybody involved. It also provides an opportunity for best practice ideas to be shared amongst the participants. For Church House it was a chance to showcase our venue to a captive audience so they can see for themselves what we can offer organisations hosting incentive trips and business meetings in central London.”
Church House Conference Centre is situated in the heart of Westminster and is one of London’s most versatile event venues, accommodating between 2 and 664 guests. The 19 event spaces are supported by a team who are recognised for their commitment to service excellence throughout all areas of events.