LONDON, ENGLAND, January 22, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Have you ever seen one of the etc.venues fantastic pink aprons and thought "I just have to have one of those"? Well now you have the opportunity to get one for free! All that you have to do is quote "pink apron" while making your booking in January 2013, and etc.venues will send you one right away. It's etc.venues' way of celebrating their wonderful food prepared by in-house chefs.
To make a booking, or to enquire about the availability of certain venues, you can contact the venues directly either by emailing theteam@etcvenues, or calling their main reception on 020 7105 6090.
etc.venues offer their customers some fantastic meeting rooms, training venues, and conference centres across London and Birmingham. These include The Hatton in Farringdon; the CBI Centre in Oxford Street, Bonhill House in Liverpool Street, Dexter House in Tower Hill, Prospero House in Borough and Maple House in Birmingham.
Each of etc.venues' centres is a fantastic learning environment and conference space. With natural daylight and unrestricted views in all rooms, city centre locations close to public transport, great restaurants, free Wi-Fi, and comfortable ergonomic furniture, etc.venues promise to provide businesses with practical spaces for their conferences, exhibitions, training schemes, and meetings.
etc.venues has always worked with professional trainers to help design their centres. All of their venues are equipped with everything that an organiser needs to run a successful training day or conference. So from white boards and plasma screens, to flip-charts and pens, etc.venues will ensure that your business has a successful meeting or event.
For a full list of services, or to view more information about etc.venues meeting rooms in Birmingham
or London, please visit the website.
Notes to Editor
Starting life back in 1992, etc.venues has grown to become one of the UK's premier training and meeting providers; establishing twelve quality, award-winning London and Birmingham conference centres.