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Brussels Special Venues wins Belgium’s Best Event Location Award at Meetings® Awards
Brussels Special Venues won the Best Event Location Award at the 12th Meetings® Awards in Holland on 21 January 2019
Special Venues was shortlisted in the ‘Best Event Location in Belgium’
category, where it faced stiff competition from other nominees. This annual
awards programme is dedicated to honouring the best venues that make
outstanding contributions to the MICE industry and that are recognised as key
event venues. Each venue is judged on the following criteria: location,
amenities, accessibility, services and market reviews.
Martens, the Brussels Special Venues Office and PR Manager, collected the award.
Brussels Special Venues – Best Event Location Award
12th Meetings® Awards in Leusden/Holland on 21 January 2019.
Heidi Martens, Office and PR Manager Brussels Special Venues
An interview with Heidi Martens,
Office and PR Manager Brussels Special Venues
“We are proud to have won this award,” said
Heidi Martens. “It shows that our efforts and the efforts from all Special Event Venues in Brussels are noticed and are paying off. Our goal is to provide events’ organisers worldwide with free information and resources that will facilitate their venue search in Brussels. What makes us unique is that our non-profit organisation proposes 40 different event venues. »
Special Venues represents the widest choice of unique venues in the capital of
Europe, each with their own character and charm. « Our network offers every type
of venue: premises that are purpose-built or industrial; heritage and iconic
locations; contemporary, architect-designed spaces, black boxes; as well as
museums, concert halls and theatres. All so different that they are not
competitors of each other! Unrivalled! The common denominator between the
venues is a high level of service and an exceptional appearance. And each
location remains individually responsible and independent, thus preserving the
unique character of the locations. »
« Brussels Special Venues focuses on bringing the proprietors of business events locations and event organisers together. This means that clients do not pay a commission for our services » Ms Martens explained. « The various locations that are affiliated with BSV form a strong network within Brussels to help the business guest as much as possible in the search for the perfect location. Of course, all our locations meet the most important requirements. They have a unique character. In addition, it is important that the venues can accommodate events for at least 100 guests; our locations mainly focus on B2B events.”
Brussels Special Venues has a unique venue finder via the website: www.venues.be, which helps you to quickly and efficiently find the right venue for your event.
About Meetings Guide
Meetings Guide (Brinkman Media Group) is one of the leading trade magazines, website and venue finder for the meetings, incentives, conferences and events (MICE) in The Netherlands. The category ‘Best Event Location’ was included in the annual Meetings®Award in 2007, and is open to all event locations in The Netherlands and in Belgium.
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