Abbey Road Studios appoints Hainesnet as team-building supplier

Abbey Road Studios has appointed Hainesnet to deliver corporate team-building events at the iconic London studio.

Abbey Road Studios appoints Hainesnet
Abbey Road Studios appoints Hainesnet

The deal follows the delivery of a team-building event for 100 advertising professionals, who are part of the Comvort group, last year.

Abbey Road Studios head of brand and marketing Kerin Purcell said: "We are pleased to be working with Hainesnet as we extend our event offer at Abbey Road Studios. As a preferred supplier for team-building ‘record a song’ days, the Hainesnet package means that more people, even those with no previous musical experience, can come together to perform and record a song at Abbey Road Studios."

The day is split into two sections – instrument tuition and then group rehearsal and performance.

Hainesnet director Philip Haines said he anticipated high levels of demand for the team-building experience at Abbey Road Studios.

"This really is a unique opportunity that people remember for the rest of their lives," he said.

Haines added that teachers have experience in private lessons, schools and further education, as well as playing as a band for clients including Cadbury, Epson and Sega.

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