The O2 will host a week of back-to-back corporate events in September 2016.
The diary is held from 4 to 11 September 2016 and the arena will be set up with a modular infrastructure, making it easy to accommodate events from 3,500 delegates up to 15,000 delegates.
In the past year The O2 has hosted corporate events for clients including KPMG, St James’ Place and The Salvation Army, as well as awards ceremonies such as the BRITs and the National Television Awards.
Steve Sayer, commercial director at The O2, said: “Conference Week underpins our commitment to the corporate events sector. London is competing on the world stage for the conference business and we at The O2 are supportive of any efforts to bring more business to the city.”
Tracy Halliwell, director of business tourism & major events at London & Partners, said: “London’s connectivity and ease of access combined with its rich culture and heritage makes the city an exciting destination for meeting organisers. The O2 is an iconic London landmark, alongside being a standout venue for meetings and events.”
Research conduced by Media Insight Consulting reveals that The O2 is one of the most recognised venues in the UK with one in three UK adults having attended at least once since the building opened, rising to 40% for 25-34 year olds.