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Ministry Venues unveils Shepherd’s Bush Expansion with Diana Varadi at the Helm

In a landmark year of accomplishments and milestones, Ministry Venues celebrates Diana Varadi’s (pictured) one-year anniversary with the company, marking her transition from Sales Manager to Head of Sales.

With an exceptional grasp of client requirements, an adeptness at cultivating enduring connections, and an unwavering dedication to excellence, Diana has set a new standard within the team.

Diana’s promotion not only acknowledges her exceptional achievements but also signifies a pivotal moment for Ministry Venues. Her client-centric approach and strategic insights have played a crucial role in the company’s success, and her new role promises to further amplify her impact. Adam Quigley, Director of Ministry Venues, expressed full confidence in her ability, stating, ‘We have no doubt she will lead our sales team to even greater heights.’

Under Diana’s dynamic leadership, Ministry Venues has secured an impressive list of clients, including industry titans such as Virgin, Xero, and the British Legion. Last year, Diana led the company to a record-breaking performance, and with her at the helm, the team is poised to surpass those achievements this year.

Diana Varadi’s promotion aligns with a period of dynamic growth and expansion for Ministry Venues. The highly anticipated Shepherd’s Bush venue is set to open its doors in 2024.

Ministry Venues – Shepherd’s Bush will offer a capacity of up to 400 people and include 2 event spaces, 4 meeting rooms, and an inviting reception area. The innovative building will also house a multi-studio fitness centre and a rooftop bar and restaurant.

Operating seven days a week, Ministry Venues – Shepherd’s Bush will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, a dedicated entrance, multiple breakout facilities, in-house catering, and state-of-the-art AV amenities. With adaptable rental options and exceptional customer service, the venue is poised to become the preferred destination for conferences, seated dinners, product launches, panel discussions, meetings, and standing receptions in West London.

Director Adam Quigley expressed his enthusiasm for the expansion, stating, ‘The company is thrilled to be extending our presence across London, and to be able to offer the service standards, versatile spaces, and creativity that Ministry Venues is known for, to new locations and audiences.’

Established in 1991, Ministry Venues currently operates two venues in Central London (Borough and Elephant & Castle), hosting over 600 events and 900 meetings annually.


Stuart O'Brien

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