The right type of unusual venue makes your event memorable, helps your brand stand out, and boosts interest in future events.
And once you’ve found the right place and delivered a brilliant event, there’s often little time to relax — the pressure’s on again to build momentum and make the next one even more breath-taking.
But that’s part of the magic of holding an event in an unusual venue. It’s a chance to make your mark, deal with challenges, and make your client and delegates very happy.
A charity event at Twickenham, delivered by i3
The traditional choices for unusual venues are as popular as ever. Castles, stately homes, aircraft hangars…
…however, we’ve found a big increase in the number of “pop up” venues” available, particularly in cities and towns.
Open for a short time, while building work is completed, these are often very central — ideal for boosting numbers.
Things to consider
i3 specialise in roadshows for clients such as O2
If you’re looking for something unusual but longer-lasting
Sometimes it’s a case of thinking inside the box. In 2012, an eBay pop-up shop in Covent Garden was made up of shipping containers.
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