A Historic Summer

As the summer draws to a close and we start to think about the mulled wine and mince pies of any Inneventive Christmas Party. We reflect over the fantastic summer that London and Great Britain offered the world. We had the world watching us in July for the celebration of all things sports when London honest the 2012 Olympic games. But that was the second time the worlds eyes had been on the UK. Celebrating the Queens Diamond jubilee this year, all the flags were flying! With one of the main spectacles of the celebrations being the Jubilee Boat Pageant on the 3rd of June we felt very proud at inneventive being able to offer such a spectacular site to watch the pageant. This historical day was a great success and praised by all those that attended ‘the perfect location’;  after arriving at Sugar Quay, guests were shown to their seats, receiving a picnic hamper full to the brim with, sandwiches, pies, quiches, cakes and champagne. The tea & coffee service were greatly appreciated as the weather on the day was nothing short of text book British! A giant outdoor screen allowed guests to view the boating display long before it reached them perched under inneventive ponchos at ‘Sugar Quay’!

Over the summer our ‘Sugar Quay’ marquee on the river Thames was one of the most sort after locations to celebrate London’s great year.

The summer Sugar Quay structure hosted numerous events including receptions for Deutsche Bank, Land securities, Lotus Group, E- Fincial and Encore Tickets. These events ranged from receptions for 250 people up to 500 guests for a BBQ party.

“Many thanks for an excellent summer event. The venue and its fabulous views, food and service were second to none”.

Deutsche Bank

“Once again, my thanks to you and the whole team who worked so hard on our Summer Party.  I would be very happy to recommend Inneventive.”

KPMG

For more information please go to www.inneventive.co.uk or call 020 7518 2480

 

 

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