Week in Pictures: Oysters Party; UVL at Royal Academy of Arts; Jamaican High Commission

C&IT brings you the best shots from The Oysters summer party at Floridita, Unique Venues of London at the Royal Academy of Arts and Usain Bolt at the Jamaican High Commission.

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C&IT are partied out this week after a busy week at The Meetings Show 2014, which drew closer to its hosted buyer target and saw day one visitors rise by 32% year on year.

After the Science Museum kicked off this week The Meetings Show's hosted buyer reception on Monday (7 July), C&IT headed to the Jamaican High Commission in South Kensington on Tuesday (8 July) and enjoyed rum tastings, jerk chicken and rum punch, while guests posed for pictures with a cardboard cut-out of Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt.

On the same night, Unique Venues of London (UVL) unveiled its new branding and celebrated its 21st birthday at the Royal Academy of Arts.

The sixth Oysters summer party welcomed 300 event professionals to Floridita in London's Soho on Wednesday (9 July) for wine tasting, sushi-making, henna art and pink champagne. Click here for more pics from the Oysters summer party.

Top stories of the week are:

Exclusive: Zibrant loses Barclays account to Grass Roots

C&IT Awards 2014: Shortlist revealed

Exclusive: Chetan Shah launches MICEBOOK

Opinion: Gamification is the real deal for events

BMW UK appoints Logistik Group

 

 


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