Conference spaces, dining facilities and unique buildings top the list of requirements among event organisers in 2023, as the industry in the capital continues to go from strength to strength.
The buying trends have been revealed ahead of the upcoming London Venues Summit, which takes place on July 3rd at the Hilton London Canary Wharf.
Delegates registering to attend are asked which areas they needed to invest in during 2023 and beyond, with a significant 50% on the hunt for each of the three top categories of venue.
Rounding out the Top 5 are Meeting Venues and Quirky Venues.
Most in-demand venue types (Top 10 based on % delegate requests):
- Unique Venues
- Meeting Venues
- Quirky Venues
- Corporate Hospitality
- Independent Hotels
- Boutique Hotels
- Luxury Hotels
- Team Building Venues
Sarah Beall, Managing Director at Forum Events & Media, said: “The way we match buyers and suppliers at the Event Technology Forum gives us a unique insight into the types of products and services the industry is looking for right now. Not only does it mean we can deliver a highly-targeted B2B event with proven outcomes for all attendees, but we can delivery valuable insights into how the market is developing at what is a hugely exciting time for all stakeholders.”
For more information about the buying trends data and the London Venues Summit, contact Clair Wyld on email@example.com | 01992 666724.