De Vere Orchard Hotel has been revealed by the organiser of Event Buyers Live as the next exciting location for the 2020 event. The seventh edition of the exclusive buyer meets supplier event will take place from 23rd-25th November.

Event feedback and regular conversations with event organisers have led the Event Buyers Live organising team to move the event’s location; the move to the De Vere Orchard Hotel makes it easier for event professionals from across the country to attend the respected industry event.

Described as “the place to do business”, the decision to host Event Buyers Live at the De Vere Orchard Hotel came after multiple site visits across the country, as Neil Fagg, event director of Event Buyers Live, explained. “We have listened to the industry. There were a number of event professionals that wanted to see Event Buyers Live in a particular geographical location, and in an intimate and exclusive environment that’s conducive to doing business. Our decision to move Event Buyers Live meets that call.”

Tom Waldron-Lynch, general manager at De Vere EMCC, said: “We are thrilled to be involved with Event Buyers Live for 2020 and pleased it will be hosted at De Vere EMCC and Orchard Hotel; especially as we celebrate our 35th anniversary!

“It promises to be a fantastic event and we’re immensely proud to showcase our venue, facilities and the services we have to offer with like-minded events professionals for networking and one-to-one meetings all under one roof.”

Fagg added: “We always listen to what Stand Out magazine readers and delegates at Event Buyers Live have to say, hence why we also made the decision to move our event dates from February to November – feedback from the 2019 event was unanimous and so we’re giving event professionals what they want.”

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Molly joined the editorial team in March 2019. She has several years’ experience working in broadcast and journalism, as well as marketing and PR. Past experience includes working for the BBC and independent publishing houses. If you have a story you think Molly might be interested in, please email: molly@eventindustrynews.com