Venue consortium, London City Selection, has appointed one of the top venue marketing agencies, davies tanner, as its retained agency following a four-way competitive pitch.
Managed by Associate Director Julia Gosling, davies tanner will focus on raising awareness of the London City Selection brand within the events industry and profiling the unique collection of handpicked modern and heritage venues located within London’s historic square mile. The member organisation comprises of dedicated conference spaces, hotels, museums and iconic arts centres each offering a unique experience for a full range of conferences, meetings and special events in the City.
London City Selection Chair, Oliver Hargreaves, comments: “As part of a strategic review of our communications platforms, we are delighted to have appointed davies tanner to leverage the success of recent years and continue to build the profile of our collection. With four new venues having recently joined us, we’re looking forward to working with our new PR team to support our long term growth objectives and continue on our journey of being the ‘go to’ portal for event organisers and meeting planners booking venues in the City.”
Julia Gosling, Associate Director, davies tanner, commented: “With such a diverse range of venues, the London City Selection is a first-class representation of some of the very best properties our capital has to offer the events market, and we’re thrilled to be on board.”
The 27 venues currently within the London City Selection include 47-58 Bastwick Street, 58VE, America Square, Baltic Exchange, Barbican, Bishopsgate Institute, City of London Club, etc.venues – St Pauls, Furniture Makers’ Hall, Gibson Hall, Guildhall, The HAC, DoubleTree by Hilton Tower of London, Holiday Inn Express Kings Cross, Ironmongers’ Hall, LSO St Lukes, The Mermaid, Middle Temple, The Montcalm London City, Museum of London, One Moorgate Place, Plaisterers Hall, Sadler’s Wells, St Brides Foundation, St Pauls Cathedral, The Steel Yard, Thistle City Barbican and Trinity House.