Major Events Member Facilities - Hot Desk & Meeting Rooms in London  
   
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MEI’s office is on the third floor in this historic Victorian building formerly occupied by the Queen’s stockbrokers, located directly behind the Bank of England in the City of London. The location is very well connected to all forms of transportation and the Tube is 3 minute walk to access all the major lines: Waterloo & City Line, Circle, District, Northern and Central.

Members of MEI’s Membership network are able to use this facility as their London base. Desk space is available as well as access to meeting rooms including the Board Room shown above on the right.

Discounted use of offices and meeting rooms are being negotiated in Rio de Janeiro, Sydney and Doha with all bookings managed by MEI staff.


Conditions of Use

Those electing to pay the surcharge as part of their Membership are entitled to the following use per month in London. Please note this is not aggregated during the period of Membership:

• Two half day use of a hot desk.
• Two 90 minute meeting room bookings for up to 4 people or,
• One 60 minute meeting room booking for up to 12 people (tea and coffee included)
• 15% discounts on meeting rooms when needs exceed the capacity stated above

To maximise your probability of facilities being available, we request 48 hours-notice. We may need to find space in additional facilities in London but this will be managed by MEI staff. Failure to use a booking will be counted as use unless cancelled 24 hours before proposed use.

Although these arrangements are only available to those who pay the surcharge, all members are warmly welcome to visit our London office for an informal update.

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Call: +44 2079 349 005 or email: enquiries@majoreventsint.com
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