New riverside hotel wins prestigious conference contract

New riverside hotel wins prestigious conference contract

Date: March 11, 2016 By: Gemma Heath in River Thames News

The new InterContinental London – The O2 will host this year’s Procurement Leader’s World Procurement Congress and Awards after winning a three-year contract. The purpose-built venue has only recently...

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Major London hotel to be transformed in redesign

Major London hotel to be transformed in redesign

Date: March 10, 2016 By: Gemma Heath in River Thames News

The London Marriott Hotel County Hall, on the South Bank of the Thames, is in the midst of a multi-million-pound redesign to transform it into a modern and elegant hotel that makes the most of...

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Find your way to London’s secret party

Find your way to London’s secret party

Date: March 09, 2016 By: Gemma Heath in River Thames News

The Mayor of London has announced details of a free party that will take place at a secret venue in the capital later this month. Guests will have to solve clues and take part in tasks to find their...

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How to get the best from your team building event

How to get the best from your team building event

Date: March 08, 2016 By: Gemma Heath in River Thames News

The suggestion of a team-building event can often bring a feeling of dread at having to endure a day of activities with colleagues in a generic hotel. This doesn’t have to be the case, though. There...

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Chocolate factory experience by the Thames this Easter

Chocolate factory experience by the Thames this Easter

Date: March 07, 2016 By: Gemma Heath in River Thames News

For all chocolate lovers, there's a tasty event coming to the banks of the River Thames this Easter. The interactive Charlie and the Chocolate Factory experience is available at The London Eye. The event...

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London’s Garden Bridge could be decided in secret 

London’s Garden Bridge could be decided in secret 

Date: March 04, 2016 By: Gemma Heath in River Thames News

The Garden Bridge, a £175 million pedestrian bridge that will span the River Thames, has been controversial ever since it was first suggested. Now an important decision about its future could happen in...

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Summer Sky Riviera pop-up comes to London

Summer Sky Riviera pop-up comes to London

Date: March 03, 2016 By: Gemma Heath in River Thames News

Planning an event in the city this summer? You should look to a new themed pop-up that is opening in one of the tallest venues in London: The Gherkin. Between 28th July and 1st September, the Summer Sky...

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London to benefit from major medical conference

London to benefit from major medical conference

Date: March 02, 2016 By: Gemma Heath in River Thames News

Next year, London will host the European Association of Urology (EAU) Annual Congress. This will be the first time the event has been held in the city for almost 30 years, and will bring in around 12,000...

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Riverside treasures bring London’s past to life 

Riverside treasures bring London’s past to life 

Date: March 01, 2016 By: Gemma Heath in River Thames News

A team of archaeologists have been working on 40 different sites where artefacts have been discovered during work on the capital’s £15 billion Crossrail project. This includes an important site by the...

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Planning tips for an effective conference

Planning tips for an effective conference

Date: February 29, 2016 By: Gemma Heath in River Thames News

Planning an annual conference is a lengthy process that involves bringing together many different elements, including speakers, delegates, the venue, food, drink and entertainment, to create an effective...

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Background entertainment options for corporate events

Background entertainment options for corporate events

Date: February 26, 2016 By: Gemma Heath in River Thames News

A corporate event should be more than just an opportunity to inform and impress your delegates. It should also have an element of fun and adding some background entertainment can help to achieve this. If...

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Discover some of the riverside secrets

Discover some of the riverside secrets

Date: February 25, 2016 By: Gemma Heath in River Thames News

The Thames Path, which runs for 184 miles, is Europe’s longest riverside walkway. The section of it passing through the heart of London has some fascinating sights that you might never have noticed. Next...

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