The organisers of the annual Promotional Marketing Exhibition have announced that, due to its growing success, it has changed the venue for the 2009 event.
On the back of this year's show, which saw in excess of 200 exhibitors present the latest innovations and developments within the marketing industry to thousands of delegates at London's Olympia, it had been intended to replicate the success and use the same venue next year.
However, it has now been confirmed that, in order to keep moving forward, the Promotional Marketing Exhibition 2009 will take place at the Royal Horticultural Halls and Conference Centre in Westminster, London.
In addition to the increased capacity of the central London venue, it is believed that the halls' stunning architecture and art deco interior will lend additional prestige to the industry event and thereby allow it to keep attracting the world's top marketing specialists and bringing in delegates from all corners of the globe.
Alongside its the vaulted ceilings of the Lawrence Hall and the classic Edwardian designs of the Lindley Hall, the Royal Horticultural Halls also boasts the Glasshouse, largely unique in central London as it offers the chance to host a corporate event surrounded by exotic plants and even a waterfall.