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    Venue of the Week: Stamford Bridge

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    It’s been a big year for Stamford Bridge, and that’s without discussing the football. Not being much of a sports fan myself, I wasn’t sure what to expect when visiting their ‘experimental’ event earlier this year, but the venue has continued to grow and shift for the corporate world over the last few months. Between […]

    New corporate events space now available at The Science Museum

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    The Science Museum in South Kensington has announced that its versatile Level 1 space will be available for corporate event hire from November 2017 until March 2018. The 750sqft blank canvas space can host a multitude of events including exhibitions, fashion shows, award ceremonies, product launches, large-scale conferences or seated dinners, all of which can […]

    Stamford Bridge Reveals Refurbished West Stand and 1905 Club

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    Stamford Bridge’s iconic West Stand has relaunched this week, following a major renovation project that saw much of the stadium’s hospitality and event space refreshed and upgraded. The stadium, home to Chelsea Football Club, has made significant changes to the West Stand which is home to 50 individual event spaces, including the exclusive Directors’ Lounge, […]

    Venue of the Week: The Orange

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    Although it can easily be mistaken for your everyday London gastropub, The Orange has an authentic Belgravian charm that not only sets it apart from its competition as a casual after-work destination but also as an event and meeting venue. Sat on Pimlico Road, a short walking distance from both Sloane Square and Victoria stations, […]

    Belmond celebrates the art of living well

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    A stylish new global advertising campaign celebrating the art of living well – the ‘Art of Savoir-Vivre’ – brings to life the heart and soul of Belmond and its global travel experiences – a world full of extraordinary characters and inspiring locations. The new campaign supports a key part of the Company’s strategic plan to […]

    Bruges means business

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    In recent years, the cobbled city of Bruges is best known as the backdrop for Colin Farrell’s sulking in crime comedy In Bruges, but you only need to set foot on its spider-web streets to see the heritage flowing in each direction. Home of fine art and finer wines (and fantastic beers) the rich history […]

    How PAs need to embrace change – Live from the Academic Venue Showcase

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    The role of PAs has evolved and changed as much as the industries they work within over the past 10 years. Innovations in technology, changes in expectations and an increased desire to have access to information on-demand has meant that what is expected of PAs, EAs and VAs has shifted. Discussing how to lean into […]

    What to expect from the Academic Venue Showcase

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    The PA Life team are set up and ready to go at today’s Academic Venue Showcase at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium, but what should you look out for on the show floor today? Come and see PALife today @academicvenues @Arsenal #PALife #EVENTS #show pic.twitter.com/R6vOoAAsUQ — PA Life (@PALifeMag) October 11, 2017 Kicking off the seminars at […]

    Venue of the week: Vintners’ Hall

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    It’s certainly not impossible to host an event surrounded by history and heritage in London, but sometimes the level of history on display for an event venue still astounds me. Vintners’ Hall sits among some very modern architecture on the Thames, yet the building itself is unashamedly, gloriously out of time. Still in possession of […]

    Must-read tips for smarter venue booking

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    Booking the right venue takes careful planning. Capita Travel and Events shares its essential checklist for getting the best value every time you plan a meeting and book a venue… Be flexible with dates You could save, on average, 22% on both meetings and travel costs if you book during quieter periods. Venues can often […]