After months of hard work and preparation tomorrow we kick off TheStadiumBusiness Design & Development Summit and welcome over 300 delegates and 60 project delegations to London.

With our largest Summit to date we’ve all been working tirelessly to put the finishing touches on the event and introduce our informal networking party in the Cinnamon Bar of our HQ and conference hotel venue – the Hilton London Canary Wharf.

The welcome reception was the perfect opportunity for guests to network in a relaxed and informal environment before the Summit gets underway and it was a resounding success with over 80 guests joining us.

With drinks and networking flowing simultaneously this was a great start to what promises to be an excellent event.

We look forward to what the next two days holds for us… Until then…

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What are people saying?

Thank you for a great conference, which gave us several potential suppliers for our new stadium

Janus Khyl Director, FC Helsingor

Everyone is so generous with their insights and knowledge.

Kirsten Lees Partner, Grimshaw

You get people from all over the world; architects from Brazil or the states, owners from clubs in Europe and design experts and project teams... and it’s absolutely fantastic

Daniel Gidney Chief Executive, Lancashire County Cricket Club, UK

My colleague and I agreed it was one of the slickest, most professional events we have ever attended, well done to you and your team.

Jason Maher Director, Condy Lofthouse Architects

A fantastic couple of days. wonderfully organised. Slick and professional. A week later, people are still saying how good it was.

Patrick Donoghue Sales Director, Ferco Seating

We’d heard good things about this conference so we thought we would just give it a go... we’re very pleased we did and we're definitely going to attend the show next year

Gordon Bolton Managing Director, Bleep, UK