The London Venues Summit 2023 returns to London Hilton Canary Wharf on July 3rd. This is a ‘must attend’ event for venue bookers. Typical delegates include Senior Level PA/EAs, Corporate Event Organisers and other venue bookers who want to find inspiration and the best venues for their events.
The London Venues Summit is a well targeted event bringing together delegates and suppliers who will be able to enjoy one-to-one pre-arranged meetings. The day will also include interactive seminars and a chance to network in dedicated sessions. The Summit is an ideal day to create lasting business relationships and is the easiest way to meet PAs, EAs, event organisers and marketing managers and to showcase your venue and services.
Benefits of attending London Venues Summit 2023?
– Great venues ready to meet with PA/EAs and other event bookers
– Selected and ‘matched’ meetings
– No hidden costs
– Just one-to-one sales meetings throughout!
It’s the perfect way to meet relevant suppliers, network with industry peers and learn from the experts at one convenient location.
Why attend as a venue booker?
The event will guarantee:
– Pre-arranged meetings with solution providers of your choice
– 20 minute meeting slots will be relaxed and civilised, with no hard sell
– Attend a tailored programme of inspiring seminars
– Easily compare and benchmark potential products, services and solutions
– You will be one of just 60 guests at the event, ensuring that you get personal attention
– Attendance is entirely free of charge, which includes entry to our seminars.
An excellent seminar programme to look forward to
Session 1: The opening presentation in the morning, ahead of the one-to-meetings will be given by Alex Atherton, Leadership Coach & Gen Z speaker, Atherton Consultancy Ltd.
Session 2: The second morning seminar will be delivered by Glenn Mainwaring
Business Development at the Barbican.
Session 3: In the afternoon, PA Life will be hosting a panel discussion Temperature check on achieving net zero events.
This panel session will cover some of the most pressing issues affecting event organisers and venues today when it comes to sustainability. How to achieve net zero with all produce, products and services required for an event, as well as with travel and energy use. Measuring an event’s carbon footprint will be thrown into the discussion to help us understand key targets and methods. Toni Griggs from isla will be an invaluable asset to the panel, not only to touch on their measuring tool TRACE, but also as an independent expert industry body for the events industry.
Emily Ivarson-Pritchard, Head of Sustainability, KIA Oval
Alda Afonso, Sales and Revenue Manager, 110 Rochester Row
Hannah Robinson, Business Development Event Manager, BMA House
Toni Griggs, Growth Lead, isla
London Venues Summit offers a personal approach
We pride ourselves on our personal approach. We understand that your time is precious, valuable and limited. You tell us who you want to meet, and we handle all the details.
We arrange all meetings in advance based on your preferences; providing you with details of solution providers’ products and services, taking the hassle and time consuming process out of sourcing new suppliers.
98% of past attendees say that our events are a better way to find new suppliers than a traditional trade show.
Who should attend?
– Event Managers
– Event Directors
– Head of Events
– Communications Managers
– Communications Directors
– Head of Communications
– Marketing Managers
– Marketing Directors
– Head of Marketing
– Personal Assistants
– Executive Assistants
– A full pre-arranged itinerary of one-to-one meetings
– Access to free seminar programme
– Lunch and refreshments throughout
The London Venues Summit is held at the Hilton London Canary Wharf on July 3rd. The hotel is within an easy reach of central London and is served by excellent train network, including the Elizabeth and Jubilee Lines. At the venue you will be able to enjoy fantastic dining and first-class business and recreation facilities; everything you’ll need for a productive stay.
All rooms are designed with comfort and convenience in mind; providing a place to both unwind and catch up on work. The Hilton is here to help you make the most of your stay by offering the services you need, the amenities you expect, and the extras you deserve. Popular local attractions include Greenwich’s Royal Observatory, London Eye, the O2 Arena and Tower Bridge.
Address: Hilton London Canary Wharf, South Quay, Marsh Wall, London E14 9SH
Arriving by car
The secure, covered car park is limited to 25 self-parking spaces and is run strictly on a first come first served basis. Parking costs GBP20 for 24 hours. Alternative parking is available nearby.
Arriving by plane
From London City Airport, take the DLR to Poplar station. Change for a DLR train to South Quay station. The hotel is located next to this station.
Arriving by train
From the Canary Wharf tube station, take the Jubilee Palace exit. Turn left and proceed to the pedestrian crossing. Cross the road and walk through the glass building. Once out walk up the steps, over the footbridge, turn left and then right after the first parking bays into Admirals way. The hotel is at the bottom of the road on the left.
See more at https://londonvenuessummit.co.uk/