Week in Pictures: Museum of London; GP Associates' Hotelopoly; Exec Space Glasgow

This week C&IT was at the Museum of London for London & Partners ambassador programme launch, at 8 Northumberland Avenue for GP Associates' annual Hotelopoly, and Exec Space's Glasgow launch party.

  • London & Partners' ambassador programme launch

    London & Partners' ambassador programme launch

  • Hotelopoly with GP Associates at 8 Northumberland Avenue

    Hotelopoly with GP Associates at 8 Northumberland Avenue

  • Exec Space's Glasgow launch party

    Exec Space's Glasgow launch party

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On Tuesday night (January 21) London & Partners unveiled its new ambassador programme in a bid to attract leading medical events to the city. Some of the world's foremost medical experts gathered at the Museum of London to hear from a host of speakers including chief executive of London & Partners, Gordon Innes, and chair of the Europerio Congress, Professor Francis Hughes.

Wednesday night (January 22) saw GP Associates' annual Hotelopoly showcase of its portfolio of luxury hotels from around the world including the Oetker Collection of Hotels and The Beaumont, opening in Mayfair later this year. The evening, which was held at 8 Northumberland Avenue, was attended by a range of corporates, suppliers and event agencies.

Last night (January 23) Exec Space invited up to 65 guests to 200 St Vincent Street in Glasgow where they networked with old, new and potential clients ahead of the company's 6th year in operation.

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