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Events International secures Glasgow 2014 hospitality contract

Events International has been appointed as an official corporate hospitality provider for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this summer.

Commonwealth Games 2014 venue the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome (c. taimages)
Commonwealth Games 2014 venue the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome (c. taimages)

Events International will be offering corporate hospitality packages for the closing and opening ceremonies, as well as sporting events including athletics, cycling, swimming and boxing.

The packages include both pre-event and post-event dinners, as well as sparkling wine and canapé receptions.

Paul Terry, managing director at Events International, said: "Events International is delighted to have been appointed by Glasgow 2014 as the official corporate hospitality sales agent for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

"The Games is a prestigious and exciting event and we are looking forward to working closely with the trade and other interested parties."

It was announced in November that Glasgow will host the Commonwealth Games Business Conference from the 22-23 July. The conference will showcase the UK and Scotland as a place to do business and is expected to attract more than 200 senior executives.

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