BMA House joins the HBAA and hikes commission rates

Bloomsbury venue in London, BMA House, has become one of the first medical venues to join the hotel booking agents association (HBAA) and is offering an increased commission to booking agents from 8% to 10%, in line with the HBAA code of practice.

Sarah Bright, head of events for BMA House said: “We are proud to have joined the HBAA and have earned their seal of approval. We feel this demonstrates our commitment to organising top quality events. The HBAA values will enhance our existing hallmarks and ethics, as we continuously strive to improve our offering.”

Juliet Price, consultant executive director at the HBAA added: “We are delighted to have BMA House on board as a member of the association. BMA House complements our existing portfolio of hotels, venues and accommodation. The events team at BMA House will benefit from our regular networking events as well as our industry insights and intelligence.”

BMA House is a Grade II listed venue and offers 25 spaces for meetings, conferences and private events. There are two outdoor areas – the Courtyard and the Garden, all within walking distance of both Euston and Kings Cross stations.

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