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Inspire and wow your delegates! Will your venue be sleek and modern or heritage and atmospheric?
When searching for a venue for your event, it might be great to choose something modern and versatile but you might also be tempted by a completely different atmosphere and consider hosting your event in a heritage venue.
So what to choose?
Discover these unusual venues designed to lift mood and inspire creativity and innovation.
Today, we invite you to meet Nathalie Kockaerts, from modern Docks Dome & Wild Gallery and Winne Jacobs, from the Flemish Royal Theatre, Koninklijke Vlaamse Schouwburg (KVS).
No project is too big or too small and Brussels Special venues 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! » said Heidi Martens in this recent interview.
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