Week in Pictures: Siemens Going Underground; NYC & Company's roadshow; Ises' Powerhours; Keith Prowse tasting event

Siemens used cutting-edge event technology to showcase its 'tube of the future', Keith Prowse promoted its hospitality with a Jason Atherton tasting menu, New York's MICE roadshow kicked off in London and ISES hosted the Powerhours event.

Concerto's Mike Kershaw and Peter Kerwood at ISES event
Concerto's Mike Kershaw and Peter Kerwood at ISES event
  • Siemens Going Underground launch event

    Siemens Going Underground launch event

  • Siemens Going Underground launch event

    Siemens Going Underground launch event

  • Siemens Going Underground launch event

    Siemens Going Underground launch event

  • Siemens Going Underground launch event

    Siemens Going Underground launch event

  • Siemens Going Underground launch event

    Siemens Going Underground launch event

  • Siemens Going Underground launch event

    Siemens Going Underground launch event

  • Siemens Going Underground launch event

    Siemens Going Underground launch event

  • NYC & Company’s MICE roadshow

    NYC & Company’s MICE roadshow

  • NYC & Company’s MICE roadshow

    NYC & Company’s MICE roadshow

  • NYC & Company’s MICE roadshow

    NYC & Company’s MICE roadshow

  • NYC & Company’s MICE roadshow

    NYC & Company’s MICE roadshow

  • NYC & Company’s MICE roadshow

    NYC & Company’s MICE roadshow

  • NYC & Company’s MICE roadshow

    NYC & Company’s MICE roadshow

  • Ises’s Powerhours event

    Ises’s Powerhours event

  • Ises’s Powerhours event

    Ises’s Powerhours event

  • Ises’s Powerhours event

    Ises’s Powerhours event

  • Ises’s Powerhours event

    Ises’s Powerhours event

  • Jason Atherton menu tasting at Social Eating House for Keith Prowse hospitality ahead of Twickenham's QBE Internationals in November

    Jason Atherton menu tasting at Social Eating House for Keith Prowse hospitality ahead of Twickenham's QBE Internationals in November

  • Jason Atherton menu tasting at Social Eating House for Keith Prowse hospitality ahead of Twickenham's QBE Internationals in November

    Jason Atherton menu tasting at Social Eating House for Keith Prowse hospitality ahead of Twickenham's QBE Internationals in November

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Siemens and agency Primary this week unveiled the "tube of the future" to the public at The Crystal in London. The public opening followed a B2B and staff event hosted by Siemens, which used used state-of-the-art 3D mapping technology.

Meanwhile, New York’s marketing, tourism and partnership organisation NYC & Company kicked off its European MICE roadshow at London The Libertine, an event that attracted over 100 corporate and agency buyers.

ISES ran its Powerhours event, which took place at the Restaurant Show on Wednesday. It featured two guest speaker seminars and food-and-wine pairing demonstrations.

Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton held an exclusive menu tasting afternoon at London's Social Eating House to preview the cuisine that will be provided as a part of guests’ Keith Prowse hospitality package at rugby's QBE Internationals at Twickenham this November.

Top stories this week:

1. British Airways returns to malta after five-year hiatus

2. Motivaction pursues growth with recruitment of four account directors

3. Businesses missing out on Christmas party tax break

4. Siemens hosts 'tube of the future' B2B launch event

5. Fresh Group announces record £1m profit

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