Week In Pictures: Prince Phillip House; One Two Four launch; The Vox Conference Centre

This week saw Prince Phillip House celebrate its second birthday; RSA Vaults host the launch of the One Two Four brand; and the latest images from Resorts World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre.

Week In Pictures: Prince Phillip House; One Two Four launch; The Vox Conference Centre
Week In Pictures: Prince Phillip House; One Two Four launch; The Vox Conference Centre
  • Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

    Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

  • Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

    Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

  • Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

    Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

  • Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

    Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

  • Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

    Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

  • Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

    Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

  • Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

    Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

  • Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

    Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

  • Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

    Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

  • Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

    Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

  • Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

    Prince Phillip House 2nd birthday

  • One Two Four launch

    One Two Four launch

  • One Two Four launch

    One Two Four launch

  • One Two Four launch

    One Two Four launch

  • One Two Four launch

    One Two Four launch

  • One Two Four launch

    One Two Four launch

  • One Two Four launch

    One Two Four launch

  • One Two Four launch

    One Two Four launch

  • Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

    Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

  • Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

    Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

  • Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

    Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

  • Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

    Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

  • Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

    Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

  • Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

    Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

  • Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

    Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

  • Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

    Resort World Birmingham's Vox Conference Centre

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London's Prince Phillip House celebrated its second birthday on Thursday night (23 October) with a host of agency and corporate event planners including Barclays and PwC. Event caterer Harbour & Jones adopted an 'opposites attract' theme for the evening that included savoury doughnuts, alcoholic iced teas and a popcorn challenge.

Content company One Two Four announced three-year plans to expand into North America, Mainland Europe and Asia on Tuesday night (21 October) at the RSA Vaults. In attendance was a mixture of staff and clients who enjoyed a cinema experience and a showcase of the agency's work with Kenco and the Chelsea Flower Show.

Images of the new Vox Conference Centre at the £150m Resorts World Birmingham were released this week ahead of its opening in mid-2015. The venue, which appointed a sales team in June, will be able to host up to 900 delegates across five suites and will inclide complimentary wi-fi. 

This week's top stories:

1) 5 stress-busting tips for event planners

2) Microsoft merges six major conferences into one

3) Hilton launches boutique hotel brand Canopy

4) Maritz launches Maritz Global Meetings Network

5) Parker Hannifin appoints Event Marketing Solutions

 

 


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