Altitude London in split from De Vere Venues

De Vere Venues' management of Altitude London has come to an end after eight months.

De Vere Venue's management of Altitude London comes to an end
De Vere Venue's management of Altitude London comes to an end

De Vere Venues has confirmed that Altitude London will no longer be represented under the De Vere Venues portfolio, following a change in management contract. 

Altitude London has moved to an in-house management team. 

The contract between De Vere Venues and Altitude was agreed in April 2013.

The move to in-house management at Altitude will see a change in emphasis at the venue to a more "boutique style".

A spokesperson for International Franchise Services Group, the owner of Altitude London premises, said: "The time feels right to take management back in-house for Altitude London. All the spaces are very individual and have a real boutique feel to them; our in-house team will be seeking to develop to the conference and B2B events market."

Tony Dangerfield, De Vere Venues CEO commented: "The De Vere Venues portfolio is diverse and dynamic with each venue operating under ownership, franchise agreement or management contract and in our fast-paced industry it is standard practice that contracts be reviewed on a regular basis.

"De Vere Venues has enjoyed a positive working relationship with Altitude London and we wish them every success in the future." 

He added: "We look forward to announcing new partnerships in due course as part of our on-going development strategy.’’

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