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IPAD HIRE LONDON FOR EVENTS AND CONFERENCES

Why iPad hire London?

Because London boasts many fantastic conference and convention centre and further more our iPad hire service will be a valued addition if you were thinking of holding a presentation or promoting your products and services at a trade show for example.

Top 5 Conference and Convention centres

Check out the top 5 conference and convention centres (according to Trip Advisor) where you could use our iPad hire and data capture apps service to promote your products, services, conduct market research, Training and so much more.

iPad Hire London For The ExCeL

ExCeL London is home to a vast range of events, to include two of the UK’s most significant exhibitions – The London International Boat Show and The British International Motor Show, a great place to use our iPad hire and data capture service.

Whether your love is real estate or golfing, plunge headfirst into water or music, interior design or motorcycles, ExCeL London has a show that will inspire, excite, and entertain.

 Situated at Royal Victoria Dock, within a 100-acre waterfront campus, which includes a variety of hotels, bars and restaurants.

iPad Hire London For The Olympia

Inspiring spaces Olympia London is much more than an exhibition venue, conference and event space. 

It’s an inspiration. Amongst grand Victorian architecture, the seven connected areas inspire engagement and enjoyment.

iPad Hire London For The Business Design Centre

Not far from Kings Cross St. Pancras International and a little walk away from Angel tube station, I think the Business Design Centre is one of London’s most popular conference and exhibition venues. 

With over an impressive 300 events a year the BDC, based in the vicinity of the City and Central London, offers a stylish, flexible and convenient solution for everything from banquets to conferences and exhibitions.

iPad Hire London For The Queen Elizabeth II Centre

The QEII Centre is the biggest most dedicated conference and exhibition space in central London. 

The venue offers world-class facilities for high profile conferences, conventions, exhibitions and corporate events which boast areas of up to 2500.

The Centre is only a five minutes’ walk from the excellent site of Big Ben and the Thames, opposite Westminster Abbey and merely a two-minute walk from one of the royal parks.

 With over 4,000 hotels which are in walking distance, this is a fantastic location for iPad hire London. 

Fantastic food and catering can create a memorable event and QEII Taste, our award-winning in-house caterers, can design tailored menus and suggest creative ways to accommodate special dietary requirements for your delegates. 

The experienced in-house AV and IT teams can advise on as well as implement your technical specifications, and the dedicated team of event managers are on hand to support the success of your event.

iPad Hire London For The Kachette

Kachette is a unique and historical corporate and private event space located on Old Street in Shoreditch, East London. The venue is in the original ticket hall of Shoreditch Station which operated from 1865 to 1940.

Corporate events: Hire for award ceremonies, away days, Christmas parties, conferences, corporate receptions, cocktail parties, fashion shows, product launches, networking events, pop-ups and more. 

Clients include Coca-Cola, Design Council, FIFA, Google, Guardian, Instagram, Jamie Oliver, Kanye West, Nike, Playstation, Pride In London, Rimmel, Supreme and Vice.

Private events: 

Hire for birthday parties, bar & bat mitzvahs, Christmas parties, long table private dinners, wedding ceremonies and receptions.

You are just touching the top of the iceberg which you and your business could attend to promote and connect with your target audience. 

If you think our service could be a good fit with your next marketing campaign or conference, we would love to talk and discuss the right solution that best suits your needs.

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