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.