Tobacco Dock unveils its 2020 Vision
Tobacco Dock has hosted 120 event professionals and 100 corporate clients on Thursday 23 January to showcase its investment plans for 2020.
The London venue has recently started the next phase of its £10m investment programme to upgrade its facilities and create an enhanced client and visitor experience.
At the ‘Burns Night’ event, guests had the opportunity to experience the new winter pavilion in the Gallery Courtyard. The winter pavilion has been installed to link Great Gallery and Little Gallery and to conserve heat in the winter months.
Attendees also gained insight into the venues planned refurbishment of over 3716 sqm of the Vaults which will include new floors and energy-efficient lighting, a new tasting room and a second production kitchen and extensive landscaping on the quayside walkway.
Jonathan Read, commercial director, Tobacco Dock, said: “These developments represent the most dramatic changes to the building since we relaunched as an events venue in 2012.
“Based on research with over 250 clients we are investing to further enhance the client and guest experience and to maintain our position as London’s most demanded venue for creative, engaging events from the intimate to the massive, from a C-Suite off-site to global product launch.”