The Victory Services Club (VSC) in London is to mark its 110th anniversary with a rolling campaign of educational initiatives throughout the year.
The VSC campaign will closely the concept of service and what the future might look like for events.
A roundtable discussion will kick-start the campaign. Other initiatives planned include a survey looking at what is important to customers when it comes to service, and an end of year celebratory dinner event for clients and members.
Air Commodore Nigel Beet CBE, CEO of the VSC, says: “We pride ourselves on delivering first-class service and with the future of events ever changing we wanted to combine these two elements to create a number of educational events and content that our members, clients and event professionals can take part in. It is going to be an exciting and memorable year for us and we are thrilled to be able to celebrate in such spectacular fashion.”
The VSC is a private military members club near Marble Arch and has seven event rooms which have a capacity of 10-300 delegates.
The Club is a registered charity that re-invests revenue from commercial events to fund schemes, including free weekend breaks for injured members of the Armed Forces, veterans and their families.
The Club was the first London venue to be awarded the Meetings Industry Association (MIA) AIM Gold accreditation in 2008 and still maintains this status today. The VSC has also achieved Hospitality Assured status, the quality standard created by the Institute of Hospitality for customer facing businesses.