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London is, for better or worse, an absolute hub of international corporate activity. The capital of capital cities attracts the very best from around the world, and the venues to host them have risen to the challenge. When it comes to conferencing, there is no better city than London. Discover the essentials of hiring the perfect London conference venue, tailored to meet your event's objectives while delivering an unforgettable experience for your attendees in the heart of one of the world's most iconic cities.Find My Conference Venue
Mercure London Paddington Hotel - Pullman Suite
Paddington (0.1 km)
Thistle Holborn - Kingsley - Fitzroy Room
Holborn (0.3 km)
CEME - Executive Boardroom
Abbey Wood (4.7 km)
CEME - The Auditorium
Abbey Wood (4.7 km)
ExCeL London - ICC Auditorium
Custom House (0.5 km)
CEME - The Atrium
Abbey Wood (4.7 km)
No.4 Hamilton Place - Handley Page Room
Hyde Park Corner (0.2 km)
No.11 Cavendish Square - Burdett Suite
Oxford Circus (0.3 km)
Sofitel London St James - Mayfair Suite
Piccadilly Circus (0.3 km)
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This depends on your event, but we’ve picked out the following as the ones that will really make your conference stand out amongst the crowd:
-Techspace, Shoreditch – This modernised industrial space would prove the perfect backdrop for a young and dynamic conferencing crowd. With a high-spec AV setup and a capacity for 200 seated guests, Techspace is the perfect small conference venue.
-Evolution London – A fantastic blank canvas space in the heart of Battersea Park, can seat thousands in a variety of setups. The large-scale space comes with a cadre of seasoned in-house suppliers that can accommodate your every conferencing whim.
-Shoreditch Town Hall – For stunning surroundings in a well-connected area, you can’t go wrong with this amazing conference venue. With high ceilings and architectural grandeur, this flexible space can seat 772 theatre style or even through lavish corporate dinners.
There really is no one answer to this question: so many variables come into play when understanding the cost of hiring a conference centre, or a conference room. Conference rooms will be well-appointed so will include facilities, but some things cost extra. It all depends on how many guests are you planning for? Is the venue for the day, an afternoon or an evening? Are you looking for catering? What about decorations? The good news is that you can find a conference venue for pretty much any budget (okay, almost any budget). Instead of letting the venue dictate the price, our advice is to be proactive and set a budget that you feel comfortable with – this way the right venues can reach out to you through HeadBox.
There are lots of ways to book a London conference venue. You can do the old-fashioned thing and pick up the phone, or email the venue directly. Unfortunately, lots of venues are busy and may not get back to you in time. That's where we come in. Give us your enquiry and we'll reach out to the best conference venues in London and let you enjoy your free time. Easy.
A: The key steps for planning a conference in London are: a. Set your goals and objectives b. Choose a suitable date and time c. Create a budget d. Find a venue e. Plan the conference schedule and content f. Arrange for speakers and presenters g. Organise catering and accommodations h. Promote the conference and manage registrations i. Plan for onsite logistics and support j. Evaluate the conference's success
It is recommended to start planning a conference at least 12-18 months in advance to secure the best venues, speakers, and accommodations.
Consider factors such as capacity, location, accessibility, budget, and availability of conference facilities when choosing a venue. Research popular conference venues in London and compare their offerings to find the best fit for your needs.
a. Social media platforms b. Email marketing c. Press releases d. Collaborations with industry partners e. Listing on relevant event websites
Create a detailed plan for each aspect of the conference, including registration, technical support, catering, and security. Assign a team to oversee the execution of these plans and ensure everything runs smoothly. By the time your event is going on, your team should be intimatley familiar with the specifics involved with running a London conference.