When RFU officials announced plans to expand Twickenham Stadium with new corporate hospitality areas, the idea was to make the stadium more hospitable to corporate clients looking to entertain their guests with great rugby and opportunities for social interaction.
With the last game of the 2017 Six Nations Rugby tournament being held at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium on Saturday 18th March, this is the perfect excuse to enjoy the festivities of the St Patrick’s Day festival.
It is not unusual for DTB representatives to attempt to explain our role as a corporate hospitality provider. Curious clients want to know exactly what we do, and they have every right to know as paying customers. The problem for us is that an explanation is not easy to come by.
Every year, the Cheltenham Hunt Festival is attended by tens of thousands of people keen to see Britain and Ireland’s top national hunt horses compete in some of the top races of the year, including the Cheltenham Gold Cup, the Queen Mother Champion Chase, and the Champion Hurdle.
Every year, the hottest stars in UK television get together for the National Television Awards (NTA) show. The show returns to the O2 Arena on 25 January 2017, and we invite you to join DTB along with your special guests for this tremendous event. There is nothing quite like experiencing the NTA live and in person.
The game between the two teams is obviously important in terms of points gained toward the championship, but it is also important when it comes to bragging rights and the chance to claim the prestigious Calcutta Cup.