1. the entertaining of clients by companies in order to promote business, especially at sporting or other public events.
The most popular events for entertaining guests are Football Matches, Wimbledon Tennis, Royal Ascot, Test Cricket, Rugby Matches, Concerts and more.
VIP Hospitality can include some of the following depending on the event:
Reserved private exclusive areas for entertaining clients
VIP documents pack
Pre and post event drinks receptions, presentation or parties
Various food and drink provided from a simple buffet to a full blown 12 course sit down banquet
Champagne reception to get guests in the mood
Access to usually "off limits" areas
Guest appearances of top celebrities from the world of sports, music, film and theatre
Souvenirs of the event and programmes
Merchandise vouchers so guests can choose their own memorabilia
Drink vouchers giving a degree of control
Organised transfers by tuc tucs in London's West End to private jets around the World
Car park vouchers or pre-arranged reserved car-parking
Drive you home service when you or your clients are that little bit over the limit
Overnight hotel stays
...plus much much more.
Corporate hospitality is an excellent way to strengthen business relationships by getting closer to your customers, suppliers and of course staff.
Corporate entertainment provides a perfect opportunity for you to host your guests in a relaxed and entertaining environment, and is seen by many as an extension to a companies’ corporate branding.
It is also used by many companies as a way to motivate or reward staff.