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Dot London is the Way Forward for Venues

London is rapidly becoming one of the world’s leading meetings and events destinations, going from 19th to 5th place in the ICCA rankings (International Congress and Convention Association) in the last five years and attracting over 3.7 million domestic and overseas business tourists to capital in 2015, which is a 13% increase on 2014.

The capital has benefited from a huge amount of investment over the past few years, creating better transport links, a greater range of accommodation and regenerated areas full of new attractions, venues and restaurants. Having a Dot London web address can strengthen a venue’s association with ‘brand London’ and help organisers shout about which global city they’re hosting their event in.

Here are some the capital’s venues that are using a Dot London web address:

Brunel Conference

Based in Uxbridge, Brunel Conference is situated within Brunel University London’s campus and offers tailor made packages to suit all sizes of meetings and conferences. Accommodation is also available all year round for delegates who want to stay within the campus.

www.brunelcommercial.london

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ExCeL London

Based in London’s Docklands, ExCeL London is just ten minutes from Canary Wharf, twenty minutes from the City and only five minutes from London City Airport. The multi-award winning venue offers an abundance of flexible spaces and services that have played host to some of the world’s leading events, including the European Society of Cardiology Congress and the annual London Boat Show.

www.excel.london

Farmers & Fletchers in the City

Farmers & Fletchers in the City is a state-of-the-art venue in the historic heart of the City of London. Based near the Barbican, the venue is owned by the Worshipful Company of Farmers, an organisation dedicated to advancing the farming industry, so all profits from the venue are donated to charities that develop vital farming and food production skills.

www.farmersfletcherscity.london

Hackney House

Formerly ‘BL-NK’, Shoreditch’s Hackney House is a mixed purpose urban-space that’s set over three floors, providing versatile and flexible event spaces. The venue includes a café, a roof terrace bar, a gallery space and meeting rooms of all sizes.

www.hackneyhouse.london

Photo: hackneyhouse.london

IET London: Savoy Place

Located along the River Thames, the award-winning IET London: Savoy Place provides guests with the some of the most amazing views of the capital, day or night. The venue has recently undergone major refurbishments and offers cutting edge technology, a variety of different size spaces with varying atmospheres and a new outside overlooking the Thames.

www.savoyplace.london

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Olympia London

Set against a backdrop of grand Victorian architecture, Olympia London plays host to both consumer and trade shows across its seven connected spaces within the huge venue. Welcoming over 1.5 million visitors each year it is home to the UK’s largest exhibition, the Ideal Home Show, and the world’s biggest property trade show for professionals, MIPIM.

www.olympia.london

QEII Centre

Less than five minutes’ walk from Big Ben and the Thames, directly opposite Westminster Abbey and a two-minute walk from a royal park, the QEII Centre is the largest dedicated conference, events and exhibition centre in the heart of the capital. With 32 versatile spaces, this award-winning venue and team offers world class facilities for all types of events.

www.qeiicentre.london

Photo: qeii.london