- The total number of events held in London venues held in the second quarter of 2006 has fallen by 6% compared to the same period in 2005. However, revenue gained from fees has grown consecutively for five quarters, indicating that clients are holding larger events more frequently.
- Corporate business continues to dominate the nature of events held in London, however, its figures dropped from 65% in 2005 to 63% in 2006, while association business dropped 1% in the same period. Government business remained flat, while charity events increased by 1%.
- Interest in London remains buoyant, with the number of enquiries topping 250 and increasing by 3%. Just over a third of these were converted into business.
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