Event planning can be a daunting process alone, without worrying about whether any of your delegates are going to show up. No one is immune to that pre-event panic, picturing empty chairs or untouched canapés. We have years of experience hosting events and have seen countless delegates walk through our doors.
Post-engagement, there comes a point in every couples’ journey where the logistical feat that is planning a wedding hits home. Where to begin? When to begin?
There’s no getting around it: planning a wedding is tough. With so many decisions to make – cake flavours to sample, table decorations to choose, finalising that all-important party playlist
Food, glorious food. It’s no secret that catering is key to almost every type of event. Think of a wedding: aside from the ceremony itself, chances are, your mind turns to the wedding breakfast, the conversation over canapés and, of course, the cake.
It’s now officially the second half of 2021, and, if you’re anything like us, you’re already counting down the days until the festive season.
From summer balls to company Christmas parties, we’ve hosted hundreds of celebrations at the HAC.
Choosing the perfect space for a conference is no easy feat. Setting is everything: a good venue will establish the tone of the conference, compliment business identity, spark conversation, and, ultimately, set your event apart from the crowd.
When you first start planning your wedding, you’re likely to have quite a few things in mind that you do and don’t want to include, and it can be easy to get a bit carried away and then watch all the costs pile up.