The Queen Elizabeth II Centre (QEIICC), London’s premier purpose built conference centre, is the latest to join ABPCO’s Corporate membership Scheme.
Sue Etherington, Commercial Director stated: “The PCO community is an important client sector for us. We decided to join ABPCO so we could foster closer relationships with them and therefore better understand the key challenges and requirements they face. We also see ABPCO as an excellent platform to help us promote the values of The QEIICC and as a vehicle to meet new PCO clients.”
ABPCO’s chair, Rebecca Cadman-Jones said: “We are delighted to welcome The QEIICC on board. We have demonstrated that the scheme is committed to developing relationships and encouraging constructive dialogue with industry suppliers such as The QEIICC and look forward to working with them.”
The corporate membership scheme, launched in 2010, has seen numbers grow steadily as venues, destinations and other suppliers reap the rewards of closer working relationships with ABPCO’s PCO members. Other recent members include De Vere Venues, The London Speaker Bureau, Excel, Newcastle Gateshead and Shocklogic.
ABPCO’s corporate membership scheme is open to venues, destinations and other suppliers from across the meetings and events sector. For more information, visit ABPCO’s website. www.abpco.org.