As the nation’s capital, London is the ideal location for anybody looking to host an exclusive networking event. Here at Vinco Events, we have years of experience hosting private and invitation only C-Level networking events in London, primarily working alongside technology companies and solution providers.
We know the importance of making a good impression with your networking event or dinner, which is why we only utilise some of the finest and most iconic venues in the capital.
Here are three outstanding venues that form the perfect backdrop to any C-Level networking event in London.
Already considered one of the great emblems of modern London, The Shard started life as a commercial tower block in the 1970s. Following extensive redesign in the 2000s, the building was unveiled to the public in 2012, and since then it has been an indelible part of the London skyline. One of the tallest buildings in Europe, this vertical city cannot fail to impress attendees of any executive function.
Searcys at The Gherkin
Another highlight of the London skyline, The Gherkin is, if anything, even more recognisable. Standing some 40 storeys high, the top two floors, directly below the glass dome of the skyscraper, are taken up by Searcys’ remarkable bar and restaurant.
With a bird’s eye view of the city that is simply breathtaking, combined with exquisite food and perfectly matched wines, it is a venue designed to impress.
110 Bishop’s Gate
110 Bishop’s Gate, otherwise known as the Salesforce Tower, boasts a trio of high-level restaurants guaranteed to add sophistication to your event. From the fine dining of The Drift, to the rustic seasonal fair of Duck & Waffle and the unique blend of Peruvian, Brazilian and Japanese cuisine at Sushi Samba, you’re bound to find something to impress.
If you need to organise your own C-Level networking event in London, get in touch with Vinco Events today. We work to your exact specifications, delivering a spectacular executive function that will help you develop key relationships in your industry and beyond.