The Hilton London Wembley
UK - Eclipse Presentations has added the busy Hilton London Wembley hotel to its list of high profile serviced venues in the UK capital.

The Kent based event specialist will have a sales manager based on site and will co-ordinate all technical and creative production elements for the various functions, conferences, events, shows and meetings taking place at the property, a brand new build landmark property completed and opened in 2012 right next door to London's Wembley Stadium.

Eclipse's brief includes the provision of lighting, sound, video, AV and rigging equipment, plus sets / staging and specialist crew. Eclipse also offers a whole range of additional related services like videoconferencing, video content creation, widescreen projection mapping and interactive events, all of which are available at Hilton London Wembley through a single point-of-contact.

Eclipse was chosen for its flair and imagination as well as its reputation for delivering tech-savvy solutions with state-of-the-art production values.

These, combined with the company's creative graphics departments and reputation for standards of excellence were all key elements in the hotel's choice.

Eclipse has also been the preferred technical services provider at Wembley Stadium for the last seven years, so having an operation at the hotel brings a real continuity to the operation together with the same assured quality standards,

Including the Hilton London Wembley, Eclipse is now managing 20 key sites around the city..

The hotel has a Grand Ballroom flexible event space which can accommodate events including up to 600 in a dinner / banqueting format.

"This versatile space lends itself to a variety of events like product launches, conferences and awards dinners " explains Tim Pennington, Eclipse Presentations' business development manager for venue partnerships. He adds that it is also completely adaptable for the installation of custom stage sets lighting, video, draping / dressing and full production.

(Jim Evans)

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