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Corporate Event Venues in London

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Our complimentary matchmaking service will find the right venues for your next corporate event. It's free, easy to use and takes the hassle out of venue finding. Get in touch with our matchmaking service here.

Whether it's meeting rooms or reception spaces you are in search of, we have spaces that offer full private venue hire, granting you exclusive use of the facilities, as well as those which offer partial hire for smaller events which are being planned on a strict budget. We also have venues that come both up-and-running, complete with all the necessary technical equipment, or as a blank canvas, where you can out-source décor and facilities on your own. Truly, the choices are endless, so take a look and see what works for you.

  • Canary Wharf

    28 West

    Standing 350
    Theatre 60
    Dining 60
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  • Temple

    Arundel House

    Standing 225
    Theatre 180
    Cabaret 80
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  • Hyde Park

    Science Museum

    Standing 1500
    Theatre 400
    Dining 400
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  • Leicester Square

    White Space

    Standing 100
    Theatre 100
    Dining 50
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  • Kensington

    Japan House London

    Standing 200
    Theatre 140
    Dining 100
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  • Bermondsey

    Many Hands Bermondsey

    Standing 490
    Theatre 250
    Dining 150
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  • Dalston

    Dalston Heights

    Standing 250
    Theatre 200
    Cabaret 150
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  • Southbank

    Riverside Walkway, Parks and Gardens

    Standing 200
    Theatre 150
    Cabaret 100
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  • Farringdon

    Hunter Collective

    Standing 120
    Theatre 60
    Dining 45
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  • Shoreditch

    The Yard Shoreditch

    Standing 400
    Theatre 250
    Cabaret 200
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  • Bloomsbury

    HELLO LOVE

    Standing 160
    Theatre 75
    Dining 50
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  • Westminster

    Central Hall Westminster

    Standing 4500
    Theatre 2039
    Cabaret 420
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Top corporate event planning tips

The best corporate events make business event planning look easy. If you haven't planned a corporate event before, or if it's in a new industry for you, it can feel like quite a daunting task. Never fear - we're here to make it a breeze.


Even though the decision maker might be reluctant, the first crucial piece of information you’ll need is what your budget is. Your corporate event budget will define how big the event will be, how many people you’ll invite, and even what the style or feel will be.


If your budget is looking a little on the small side, it doesn’t mean your event has to be a flop. Here are our top tips for planning a corporate event in London:


Why?

The best place to start is to think about why you’re organising an event in the first place. Maybe it’s a meeting, and the team feel it will be more productive and creative off-site. Or you’re organising an elaborate reception to welcome a new CEO or launch an innovative product. Throughout your event planning, keep in mind why the event is happening.


Who?

So who’s on the guest list? It’s not always easy to pick who to invite, especially if your event has a small budget. Go back to your purpose - is there anyone who is crucial to achieving the purpose of the event? They should be at the top of your list, and it might be a good idea to check their calendars before you set the date. For catering and capacity considerations it’s good to get a number early on, even if it’s approximate. When you’re organising a larger event such as an all-company christmas party, charity dinner or conference, it’s safe to assume that 10% of your guests won’t be able to make it - but you’ll need to be able to fit them in if they do!


When?

You’ll need to pick a date and a time, and that will depend entirely on the event you’re organising. For meetings - whether in a traditional boardroom or a cool meeting space - it’s likely to be during the work day. For grander events - such as a corporate reception or gala - you’ll be looking at an evening slot. Weekend corporate events are still fairly unusual, but if you’re planning an away-day or team-building activity the weekend could be ideal.


Where?

Once you’ve got your budget, your purpose and your guest list you’ll be ready to pick a venue. If you’re expecting your guests to come straight from the office, try finding a venue near you to make transport as easy as possible.