Audi opens its 2,000sqm meetings venue in London

Audi has entered the London conference and meetings market by unveiling its own 300-capacity venue.

The 2,000sqm Audi Quattro Rooms have been developed on the top two floors of the seven-storey West London Audi centre, near Chiswick.

The car maker says the Audi-themed event space, comprising board and meeting rooms, plus the Audi Lounge screening room, can accommodate up to seven separate groups simultaneously or one group of 300.

The venue will be overseen by newly-appointed commercial manager Charlotte Reeves, former director of corporate relations at Somerset House and chair of Unique Venues of London. She is joined by former Silver Fleet head of sales Natasha Carr and the Wallace Collection former head of events Nick Leevers.

Audi UK director Jeremy Hicks said: "Significant amounts of time and capital have been invested into this project to ensure this premium product reflects the Audi brand and leads the way in terms of London venues."

 

 

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