Church House Westminster eyes growth

Church House Westminster is eyeing further growth in 2017 following a successful year.

The venue attracted a wide range of events with more than 800 utilising its facilities in 2016. Highlights included the hosting of its first fashion show as part of London Fashion Week and the final curtain call for Billy Elliott the Musical.

In 2016 Church House Westminster underwent a rebrand and continued its investment in state-of-the-art AV facilities with the installation of a 4K dual projection and a new sound system which was upgraded to the very latest D&B equipment all in the Assembly Hall.

General manager Robin Parker commented: “It was great to experience continued success over the last 12 months, to maintain our growth we have also been looking forward. As well as looking at securing business in new markets, there are a number of key areas we will be focussing on in the coming year to ensure we continue to meet and exceed the expectations of our clients”.

“We have always seen the importance of investing in our AV infrastructure. With organisers looking to enhance their events through technology, it is critical not to fall behind in the advancements. Which is why we have invested heavily in this area, both in terms of equipment and training. Technology will be a key trend again in 2017, so we expect to see more and more clients taking advantage of the services we offer – from video production to worldwide streaming”.

“Another trend we are focusing on is the rise in organisers choosing venues which offer all the services they require under one roof and our team will be on hand to support them at every step of the journey”.

Church House Westminster is one of London’s most versatile event venues. The AIM Gold accredited venue offers 19 flexible event spaces, which accommodate between 2 and 664 guests, and hosts a wide variety of events including meetings, conferences, awards ceremonies, gala dinners and receptions.

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Martin Fullard: journalist, presenter, producer. Martin is the Deputy Editor at Conference News and Conference & Meetings World magazines. He leads the digital channels on Mash Media’s Conference Division as well as heading up Mash TV. He is formerly a web editor at a national newspaper in the Middle East and motoring journalist.

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