Twickenham to host HBAA Annual Forum

Twickenham Experience will host the HBAA Annual Forum on 5-6 September.

Twickenham's Amir Vered
Twickenham's Amir Vered
Some 300 delegates are expected to attend the event which hosts venue booking agents and leading figures in the meetings and events industry.

Twickenham’s Live Room tiered auditorium will be used for the plenary sessions, the HBAA Annual Forum will also use 12 breakout rooms.

Chris Parnham, chair of the HBAA, said: "Twickenham has asserted itself as a fantastic venue for meetings and events, and we’re positive it will be a great match for the HBAA’s Annual Forum; I look forward to experiencing the venue’s hospitality first-hand."

Amir Vered, head of sales and marketing at Twickenham Experience, added: "This is a major coup for Twickenham and we are delighted to be hosting such a key industry event at our venue. We are looking forward to welcoming such a prestigious gathering of leading industry professionals and giving them a taste of Twickenham as a conference venue."

The Annual Forum’s networking dinner and accommodation will be at the Radisson Blu Edwardian London Heathrow Hotel.

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