Corporate hospitality is an excellent marketing tool as well as a means of building both internal and external business relationships. However, as with every tool, it is one that must be used correctly. An inquiry currently going on in Ireland provides a good example. The inquiry, involving banks and property developers, demonstrates the need for companies to foster effective corporate hospitality policies.
Before the Rugby World Cup begins on Friday 18th September, England will have a number of warm-up matches to help them prepare. If you would like to experience the drama and excitement of this final warm-up match before the World Cup begins, then DTB have a number of fantastic packages that will impress your colleagues, staff, or clients.
The annual Goodwood Revival is always a wise choice for corporate entertainment. This year's show will be made even more exciting thanks to Top Gear presenter Chris Evans' sale of 13 tremendous cars – including six Ferraris that any collector would love to have in his/her garage.
Grand Prix fans will no doubt jump at the chance to experience the Russian Grand Prix in Sochi that takes place between the 9th and the 11th October. This fantastic event will offer drama and excitement, and it will be the ultimate way to impress your clients. If you would like to take clients or colleagues to this prestigious event, DTB has a perfect package for you.
A few weeks ago, we published a post discussing the fact that Premier League football team Chelsea is planning a major stadium upgrade at Stamford Bridge. At this point, it looks as if construction will begin sometime in spring 2016 and last four years. In the meantime, Chelsea is looking for a temporary venue to house the team until the new stadium is completed. We have also since learned that the club has decided to pursue football hospitality in full force.
Corporate entertainment and hospitality are big business in Britain. According to Talk Business magazine, sales to corporate hospitality firms account for more than £1 billion of the total £39 billion spent annually on hospitality events.