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Incentive Travel and Conferences : The most versatile, sophisticated and well equipped event space in London

by on October 24, 2016 in Entertainment, Events, Events & Awards, Latest News, Lead Article, Lead story, Nuggets

Incentive Travel and Conferences : The most versatile, sophisticated and well equipped event space in London

Combining hotel bedrooms, adaptable meeting spaces and facilities, a choice of restaurants and an exclusive health club and spa with football from the most exciting league in the world, Chelsea Football Club is ideal for meetings and events in London of any kind.

  • When looking for a space to host your event in London, Stamford Bridge offers a solution that will excite delegates and attendees. Suitable for corporate events, exhibitions, training, as well as a range of other special occasions, our 25 function rooms and 60 syndicate rooms are adaptable to meet your needs.
  • Stamford Bridge London, home to Chelsea Football Club, has reported an increase in enquires and bookings for events space and corporate hospitality from both UK and international clients since the EU Referendum in June 2016.

The trend appears to be London-wide, with London’s convention bureau, London & Partners, this month announcing a spike in enquires by 41%

Simon Hunter, Head of Venue & Brand at Chelsea Football Club commented: “Since the EU referendum result in June, the value of the pound has fallen by 10%, which whilst it cannot be considered a positive for the wider UK economy, has resulted in the ‘Brexit-Boom’, an occurrence that has been widely reported by UK media. It’s important that we continue to promote the fact that it’s ‘business as usual’ and we are very much behind the London Mayor, Sadiq Khan’s, #LondonIsOpen campaign.”

Hunter continues, “Our Business Development Team embarked on a Sales Tour in July, visiting US cities including Los Angeles, Detroit, Minneapolis and New York, actively targeting corporate event planners in response to the sales team recording a 6% increase on growth from 2014/15;

 

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