ATP Event Experts launches corporate packages for Rugby World Cup

ATP Event Experts will provide corporate packages during the 2015 Rugby World Cup, which takes place in England and Wales from September to October.

Official 2015 Rugby World Cup venue, Millennium Stadium
Official 2015 Rugby World Cup venue, Millennium Stadium

The packages will include the opportunity to host lunches, dinners and client meetings on non-match days at the official Rugby World Cup stadiums, as well as additional travel, sightseeing, golf and spa days and match hospitality.

Jeroen de Roever, manager, group sports strategy, at ATP Event Experts, said: " The Rugby World Cup is always a hugely popular event and we expect strong demand from clients across Europe to visit the celebrated grounds of Twickenham, the Millennium Stadium and the Olympic Stadium."

In March, ATP Event Experts revealed a surge in corporate enquiries for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, with 90% of its total package allocation already sold out.

ATP Event Experts ranked 23rd in C&IT’s Top 50 UK agencies table, based on its 2013 UK event-based turnover. Click here to see the agency’s profile.

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