Deloitte and Smyle share Olympic Games plans at 400-day countdown

London 2012 Olympic Games plans are a priority for Deloitte, Smyle, London & Partners and Excel London as the 400-day countdown begins.

London 2012 Olympic Games: 400 day countdown
London 2012 Olympic Games: 400 day countdown

Deloitte, Smyle, London & Partners and London Excel have shared their London 2012 Olympic Games plans and highlights as the 400-day countdown to the event begins today (23 June).

Deloitte

Deloitte's London 2012 sponsorship director Annabel Pritchard

Deloitte's London 2012 sponsorship director Annabel Pritchard said: "Being able to invite clients to share in an experience like the Olympic Games really is a once in a lifetime opportunity for us. From a people perspective, for us it’s about driving pride internally – and also to drive performance, through reward programmes for example."

Read the full interview with Deloitte's Annabel Pritchard here.

 

Smyle

Smyle managing director Rick Stainton

 

Smyle's managing director Rick Stainton said: "We’re priming ourselves to be fit for purpose because if you don’t do it now it will be too late."

Read the full interview with Smyle's Rick Stainton here.

 

 

London & Partners

London & Partners director of business tourism Tracy Halliwell

 

London & Partners director of business tourism and major events Tracy Halliwell said: "During Games time, London provides a fantastic opportunity to use the Olympics as a key motivational tool or theme for events and meetings."

Read the full interview with London & Partners' Tracy Halliwell here.

 

 

Excel London

London Excel director of conferences and events James Rees

 

Excel London director of conferences and events James Rees said: "The Games give us a natural opportunity to highlight London as a world class event destination – in particular the capital’s eastside as a centre of excellence and innovation - and also brings us an excellent opportunity to show off the new ICC."

Read the full interview with Excel London's James Rees here.

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