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Manchester Central to manage event spaces at Runway Visitor Park

Manchester Central has announced that it will be delivering events and hospitality services at Manchester Airport’s Runway Visitor Park and Concorde Conference Centre.

Home to the Concorde aircraft, the Concorde Conference Centre will host dinners, conferences, weddings and parties for up to 700 people.

Shaun Hinds, chief executive at Manchester Central said: “We are absolutely delighted to be moving forward with this new opportunity. The Concorde Conference Centre is the perfect complimentary offer to our iconic City Centre convention centre.

Perfect screening

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Table Art are keeping events safe with their new range of screens. Whether it’s an exhibition, conference or other type of event, their physical barrier reduces the need for social distancing.

The free-standing fast-pack screens are light-weight, portable and very versatile. They simply fold away when not in use or for easy moving.

With a wooden frame, in a choice of natural or grey, the screens have a clear, heavy duty transparent screen, creating a barrier for safety but without reducing light or atmosphere.

Back in business

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Promo House are set for their staff to head back to shows and football clubs and look forward to getting back to some normality, by working with clients to ensure the safe return of events and controlled environments and staff assisting in tracking and tracing guests, managing visitor flow and helping to organise the running of the events to abide by government guidance.

ExCeL London expands senior leadership team

ExCeL London has announced that it has expanded its senior leadership team via the appointment of Anna Clover as head of event management and Simon Callow as head of technology, further strengthening the venue’s senior leadership team.

Clover has 27 years of industry experience, and previously worked as director of venue operations and customer experience at The Queen Elizabeth II Centre. She has also been a main board director for the Association of Event Venues (AEV).