Church House Westminster will be exhibiting at IMEX America for the first time as it seeks build on its international business.

Exhibiting with London & Partners (Booth B2416), visitors to IMEX America will have the opportunity to learn more about how Church House Westminster can provide the ideal backdrop for international events, with flexible event spaces and high levels of customer service.

One of London’s true hidden gems, the original Church House was built to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria. The current building – now Grade II Listed – was designed by the renowned architect, Sir Herbert Baker, and was officially opened by His Majesty, King George VI, on 10 June 1940. The Conference Centre was opened in November 1990 offering 19 flexible event spaces. Its largest, and most impressive space, is the Assembly Hall which has the capacity for up to 664 people.

The AIM Gold accredited venue hosts awide variety of events including multi-day conferences, gala dinners, award ceremonies and receptions, and works in partnership with a number of London’s well-known hotels to offer accommodation for overseas delegates. Organisations to host events at Church House Westminster include The International Somali Awards, Spectator Events, InfoComm International, CM Telecom and international medical conferences and fashion shows.

Of the venue’s decision to attend IMEX America, Robin Parker, General Manager of Church House Westminster commented: “Attending exhibitions is one of the most important parts of our business development strategy, and reflects the growing number of international events being held at Church House, IMEX America provides us with an excellent platform to promote ourselves overseas.

“The time was right for us to showcase Church House Westminster to the American market and there is no better way to achieve this than by meeting face to face. We are looking forward to giving visitors a glimpse of the facilities at Church House as well as our first-class levels of customer service.”

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