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Every year the business events industry delivers brilliantly resourced and memorable events of every size across England.

Product launches and corporate conferences take place in venues as diverse as ancient ships, world-famous sporting arenas, castles fit for royalty and luxury five-star hotels. Unforgettable teambuilding exercises roam Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and incentives motivate and reward in UNESCO World Heritage Cities.

Read VisitEngland’s case studies to find out more about just some of the options open to you in a country overflowing with history and diversity, and get inspiration for your next event.

Case studies

NewcastleGatestead – Sage Gateshead

NewcastleGateshead - Sage Gateshead

The light and colour-filled architecture of Sage Gateshead created the right atmosphere for the Association Internationale de la Couleur International Colour Conference.

ACC Liverpool

Liverpool - ACC Liverpool

Liverpool’s reputation in the medical sector drew 1,700 delegates to the annual Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) World Congress.

Brighton SEO Conference

Brighton – Brighton Dome

The attractive Brighton Dome and its location in Brighton appealed to Site Visibility for their BrightonSEO conference.

Cambridge – Jesus College, University of Cambridge

Cambridge - Jesus College, University of Cambridge

The University of Cambridge with its academic excellence in law couldn’t be a better location for the Dutch Academy of Law to meet.

Hull – The Hallmark Hotel

Hull - The Hallmark Hotel

With Hull and the Humber at the centre of the UK's renewable surge, the North Sea Offshore Wind conference and brokerage event was well placed.

Brighton – Brighton Centre

Brighton - The Brighton Centre

The Brighton Centre displayed its commitment to reducing the environmental impact of events by hosting Sustainable Events: The Future and You.

Bristol – Watershed Media Centre

Bristol - Watershed Media Centre

Delegates from the Royal Town Planning Institute were impressed by the Grade II listed Watershed on Bristol’s historic harbourside.

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