Corporate Events in London

Corporate Events in London

Our event planners create exciting Corporate Events in London and the tabs opposite will lead you to greater detail about our range of creative team building events and our other services. From conferences to team building and from treasure hunts to themed events our corporate events cover the whole spectrum of event management and whether your event is in London or elsewhere we can help.

For help, ideas and costings for your London corporate event all it takes is a simple call or email and one of our team will be delighted to provide you with everything you need.

Corporate Events in London

Looking for a Corporate Event that wows your audience in London? For team events, entertainment, audio visual sets, speakers or dinner cabaret acts look no further than the buttons on the right for all sorts of great solutions and Corporate Event ideas ...

Also finding the right London location for your event need not be a chore. We regularly deliver events at the venues below and other great sites in London ... get in touch with one of our team to get their recommendations on the best venues for you.

Corporate Event Venues in London

Venues in London where KDM have recently created and delivered Corporate Events and Corporate Entertainment for our clients include Home House, Hotel Russell, Imperial War Museum, The Brewery, Double Tree by Hilton London - Tower of London plus many more.

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Conference & Event Management in London

Corporate Events in London

Whether it’s in London or anywhere else in the UK, we have some of the most enjoyable, memorable and objective focused Corporate Events on offer. Take a look at the buttons on the right and get in touch with one of our offices in London or Staffordshire – we’d love to help you with your next event.

  • The London finance industry is based in the City of London and Canary Wharf, the two major Central Business Districts in London.

    London is one of the pre-eminent financial centres of the world as the most important location for international finance. London took over as a major financial centre shortly after 1795 when the Dutch Republic collapsed and for many bankers established in Amsterdam (e.g. Hope, Baring) it was time to move to London. The London financial elite was strengthened by a strong Jewish community from all over Europe capable of mastering the most sophisticated financial tools of the time. This unique concentration of talents accelerated the transition from the Commercial Revolution to the Industrial Revolution. By the end of the 19th century, Britain was the wealthiest of all nations and London a leading financial centre. London still tops the world rankings on both the Global Financial Centres Index and The Global Cities Index.

    London's largest industry is finance, and its financial exports make it a large contributor to the UK's balance of payments. Around 325,000 people were employed in financial services in London until mid-2007. London has over 480 overseas banks, more than any other city in the world. It is also the world's biggest currency trading centre, accounting for some 37 percent of the $5.1 trillion average daily volume, according to the BIS. Over 85 percent (3.2 million) of the employed population of greater London work in the service industries. Because of its prominent global role, London's economy had been affected by the financial crisis of 2007–2008. However, by 2010 the City has recovered; put in place new regulatory powers, proceeded to regain lost ground and re-established London's economic dominance. Along with professional services headquarters, the City of London is home to the Bank of England, London Stock Exchange, and Lloyd's of London insurance market.

    Over half of the UK's top 100 listed companies (the FTSE 100) and over 100 of Europe's 500 largest companies have their headquarters in central London. Over 70 per cent of the FTSE 100 are within London's metropolitan area, and 75 per cent of Fortune 500 companies have offices in London.