How to plan corporate hospitality for your clients

When it comes to planning corporate hospitality for your clients, there's an awful lot to consider.

After all, hospitality events are a great way to make a memorable first impression on your clients. The end goal is always to have them walk away happy.

But that's not all, nailing corporate hospitality has also been linked to client retention rates. If a client feels valued and special, they are more likely to remain loyal.

So, if you're planning corporate hospitality for your clients, you have certainly landed in the right place. We've created a helpful guide outlining everything you need to know when it comes to perfecting your hospitality efforts - we hope you find it useful.

Attention to detail is key

When planning any hospitality event, attention to detail is key, especially when it comes to ensuring that your guests feel appreciated, comfortable and happy.

So, prior to planning corporate hospitality, you should think about your client's needs and requirements so that you can tailor each element accordingly. Think about whether it's a formal lunch or a relaxed corporate get together you're after and select your choice of hospitality suite to suit your decision, you should ensure that no stone is left unturned when it comes to making your guests feel impressed and special.

Plan ahead

With the demands of everyday business often pulling your clients in all manner of different directions, a corporate hospitality event is a great opportunity for them to escape the hustle and bustle of the office in the optimum comfort.

Allow your guests plenty of time to get the date in their diary and ensure you provide them with full details of the day ahead, including dress code, timings and where to meet. Remember to ask for dietary requirements so that you can pass these onto the venue before your arrival.

Allow your guests to network and socialise

Depending on the purpose of your event, it's always nice to leave a window of opportunity for your guests to network and get to know each other in a comfortable and inviting environment.

If you have booked hospitality or are looking to organise something for the day or evening, ensure you leave plenty of time for your guests to have a drink and get to know one another, rather than having a strong agenda, this can provide the ultimate setting to encourage your guests to relax, unwind and chat whilst enjoying a great game of sport or even a live music concert.

And finally, always remember to give your guests a warm welcome

Here at Twickenham Stadium, we offer a whole host of corporate hospitality opportunities, from formal dining in The East Wing, to an informal party like atmosphere in the British Airways Rose Garden.

Home of England Rugby and the largest dedicated rugby union venue in the world, Twickenham Stadium welcomes thousands of visitors through its doors each and every year. We also host a catalogue of high profile sports events, music concerts and other events and celebrations.

Here at Twickenham Stadium, we have a variety of suites that offer world-leading hospitality. Enjoy exceptional hospitality standards and watch the games from premium seats.

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