• The organisation of the reception, Fleming Room and Benjamin Britten Lounge was faultless as usual, and made the day work so well.
    Maureen Young, BACTA
  • The staff at The QEIICC are always excellent and are the Centre’s greatest asset.
    Cathryn Stokes, British Thoracic Society
  • Overall, our event ran very smoothly and my clients were very happy with the outcome. Most of all it is the attitude of the staff who help to make the day run so well. Nothing...
    The Platforum.
  • The QEIICC staff were a pleasure to work with as usual and treated our guests to a glittering night of awards and celebrations.
    Paul Campbell, Purple Patch Events
  • We had a vision of what we wanted to achieve and the QEIICC helped make that become a reality.
    Marianne Selby-Boothroyd, Director of Development, Certitude

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