20 August, 2015 – United Kingdom – London is a beautiful city that has a thriving business culture. It was ranked number 1 in the world for business by Forbes Magazine in a recent survey of the most influential cities and is arguably the best place to hold an international conference.
London attracts a lot of foreign investment as investors see London as a growth market and where they can make money. It has a high concentration of corporate headquarters per capita as well as great transport links and a high number of business niches.
68 of the biggest companies on the Forbes Global 2000 list are headquartered in London and it is the top city in Europe for technology start-ups, according to the Start-up Genome project, which estimates there to be 3,000. Google also has its biggest office outside of Silicon Valley there. Joel Kotkin from Forbes Magazine explains why London is a dominant business hub. “A preferred domicile for the global rich, London is not only the historic capital of the English language, which contributes to its status as a powerful media hub and major advertising centre, but it’s also the birthplace of the cultural, legal and business practices that define global capitalism.”
Companies are booking central London conference venues to host their international conferences as they realise the benefits of its central location, great transport links and the businesses that are based there. Stephanie Ellrottfrom RIBA Venues, said: “Bookings from the United States, Asia, the Middle East and Europe have increased recently as companies are looking to hold their international conferences in London.” She went to say “RIBA is home to British architecture and the perfect place to hold a conference. Our stunningArt Deco venue, which can host up to 400 guests, is centrally located positioned next to Regent Street and Great Portland Street tube stations. The venue has three roof terraces that offer panoramic views of the city.”
For more information visit the website http://www.ribavenues.com/RIBAVenues/Home.aspx
Company Name: RIBA Venues
Contact Person: Stephanie Ellrott
Address:Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place
Country: United Kingdom