• The Business of Events Senior Leadership Dinner 2019

    11 October 2019

    {10 – 11} CARLTON HOUSE TERRACE AND SEARCYS TO HOST

    THE BUSINESS OF EVENTS SENIOR LEADERSHIP DINNER 2019

    {10 – 11} Carlton House Terrace, home to The British Academy, and Searcys have been named as the official hosts for The Business of Events (TBOE) Senior Leadership Dinner, which takes place on 7th November 2019.

    The private invitation-only dinner will take place in the Council Room, which features stunning period portraits and an ornate vaulted ceiling. For the occasion, Searcys’ chefs have created a sustainable seasonal menu accompanied by English sparkling wines.

    The dinner will be attended by MP’s and senior government officials including James Heappey MP, Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Events, representatives from the Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport and the Department for International Trade along with senior representatives from this year’s TBOE Official Partners and other senior industry leaders.

    Catherine Owen, Venue Director, {10 – 11} Carlton House Terrace said: “The Business of Events provides a unique opportunity for organisations to discuss and engage with government officials and key organisations within the industry. I am looking forward to this year’s programme of events and welcoming some of the UK’s most senior representatives in the events industry to our venue for the Senior Leadership Dinner.”

    Matthew Thomas, Managing Director, Searcys said: “As much as 50% of Searcys’ business is made up of events, so in an ever-changing market it is important to build strong relationships with our UK and international industry colleagues. We are delighted to support The Business of Events and host the Senior Leadership Dinner at 10 – 11 Carlton House Terrace.”

    The Official Partners for this year’s event include VisitBritain, Meet England, ExCeL London, IBTM, Visit Wales, ICC Wales, VisitScotland Business Events, Scottish Event Campus, The Mermaid London, Cvent, 10 – 11 Carlton House Terrace and Searcys.

    For further information on The Business of Events please visit thebusinessofevents.org

     

    The Menu

    Canapes

    Smoked chicken mousse, sesame seed cone, tarragon gel

    Cornish sea bream, caviar and dill, basil crostini

    Colton Basset stilton and caramelized pear tart

    Starter

    John Ross jr Scottish smoked salmon, roasted pumpkin, citrus gel, sea kale, wild garlic vinaigrette

    Main course

    Rhug Estate beef feather blade, rosemary potato rosti, savoy cabbage, roasted artichoke, port and juniper sauce, winter chanterelle mushrooms

    Vegetarian option

    Chargrilled aubergine, courgette and sweet potato roulade, pimento and basil sauce

    Pudding

    Bara brith cake, Caerphilly cheese, vanilla clotted cream, sloe gin coulis, lavender

     

    ABOUT THE BUSINESS OF EVENTS

    The Business of Events is a series of independent cross sector events designed to engage, support and promote the UK events industry, supported by the UK Events Industry Board and the All Party Parliamentary Group for the Events Industry. It will see senior industry professionals from across the UK and Europe join for a series of discussions and sessions, designed to engage, inform and support the UK events sector.

    ABOUT SEARCYS

    Founded in 1847 by John Searcy, Searcys is one of the first British event catering companies, that have carved out a name as brave market-leaders, launching bold, forward-thinking concepts including the original in-station Champagne bar at St Pancras, one of London’s first skyscraper venues, the Gherkin, as well as restaurants in two World Heritage Sites. Their venues across the UK serve fresh, modern dishes that focus on sustainability, local produce and world-class service standards.

    ABOUT {10-11} CARLTON HOUSE TERRACE

    {10 -11} Carlton House Terrace is home to The British Academy – the UK’s national body for the humanities and social sciences – the study of peoples, cultures and societies, past, present and future.

    Venue Hire generates income to support the three principal roles of The British Academy: as an independent Fellowship of world-leading scholars and researchers; a Funding Body that supports new research, nationally and internationally; and a Forum for debate and engagement – a voice that champions the humanities and social sciences.

    {10 -11} Carlton House Terrace, designed by renowned architect John Nash and built in the late 1820’s, comprises 11 versatile rooms available for private hire. With capacity up to 500 guests, these two terraced Townhouses have the perfect central London location with stunning architecture and desirable views over St James’s Park and The Mall.