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The elite high tech conference venues in London for 2016

If you are looking for a venue that comes with the very latest high tech equipment and facilities, ensuring a hassle-free conference, then fear not, for we’ve compiled a list of the best London currently has to offer.

Congress Centre

Congress Centre

The Congress Centre is housed within an architecturally renowned modernist building, and the contemporary design is reflected in the interior, with the various spaces coming complete with the highest quality giant plasma screens and HD audio-visual equipment. There are no less than 16 spaces on offer, in fact, and each of them is bright and airy with full air-conditioning for maximum comfort. Food and refreshments for your guests can be organised in-house, and the dedicated management team, with their ‘can do’ attitude will ensure that the day itself runs as smoothly as possible.

IET London: Savoy Place

IET London: Savoy Place

IET London: Savoy Place is based within a historic building, and maintaining that sense of charm and grandeur was key during the process of revitalising it for the 21st century. Now offering the very best of cutting edge connectivity, energy efficiency and sustainable technology, it is a fully functioning modern venue, ideal for any corporate occasion. There are 4 floors available in all, as well as the new roof terrace, which offers guests a stunning panoramic view of London in all its glory. Its enviable location puts it at the heart of the city’s business scene and keeps it well connected via a range of good transport links.

The Urban Innovation Centre

The Urban Innovation Centre

The Urban Innovation Centre hosts events with a particular emphasis on the city or urban life. Though they only opened in March 2015, they have already played host to more than 4000 guests across 160+ events, including workshops, panels, product launches, staff away days and networking receptions. There are 3 spaces in all which you can utilise – The Workspace, The Auditorium and The Café – each offering its own features and capacities, though all flexible and modern. The nearest tube station is Farringdon, which can be reached in just 7 minutes.

The Barbican

The Barbican

Barbican Hall is recognised as one of the country’s best auditoriums in thanks to its wonderful acoustics, generous size and top quality technical resources. In fact, it is the largest multi-arts and conference centre in all of Europe; quite the claim to fame within the events world. As such, it regularly plays host to all manner of events related to art, theatre and music, as well as corporate occasions. The maximum capacity is approaching 2000, and these many guests can make good use of Barbican, Moorgate and London Liverpool Street stations, which can all be reached comfortably on foot.

Interchange Triangle

Interchange Triangle

Interchange Triangle is another successful design from the much celebrated Tom Dixon. The striking interior is ultra-modern in feel, making it the ideal co-working space for start-ups and entrepreneurs, whose interests were very much at heart throughout the venue’s conception. The full length glass walls in the main space not only flood it with natural light, but also serve to offer a relaxing yet inspiring view out across London. Found just a stone’s throw from Camden Town tube station and Camden Road, it’s easy to reach from the length and breadth of the city.

The London EDITION Basement

The London EDITION Basement

The London EDITION Basement has been the setting for an eclectic mix of events, with the atmospheric interior lending itself to many a different occasion, from film screenings to dinners, and from fashion shows to corporate meetings. Technical facilities include a state-of-the-art sound system and custom made lighting by Patrick Woodroffe, whilst extras sure to come in handy include a fully-stocked bar. The maximum capacity is 220, allowing plenty of scope when it comes to the guest list, and both Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road stations can be reached in just 6 minutes.

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