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Posted on 10 Jan 2017, by Rob Wingrove

If you are responsible for corporate events and are looking for inspiration then you’ve come to the right place.

This year will see Britain’s greatest athletic sporting event since the London 2012 Olympics. And you could be there for an unforgettable corporate hospitality experience with your clients.

Sports hospitality with the world’s best

The IAAF World Athletics Championships will be the world’s biggest sporting event in 2017. Over 1,500 of the world’s top athletes will gather at the London Stadium from 4-13 August, including Mo Farah, Usain Bolt and Katarina Johnson-Thompson.

There’ll be bigger crowds, more events and more British contenders here than at any other event next year. Check out the infographic below for a comparison with other British sporting events.


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A unique corporate hospitality event

The IAAF World Athletics Championships only take place every four years and are happening in London this year for the very first time.

This once in a lifetime experience is the perfect opportunity to create a lasting positive impression of your company. Your clients will remember seeing some of the greatest athletes, not just current, but of all time.

First class chefs and sommeliers will ensure an exceptional dining experience. Sporting legends and experts from the world of athletics will provide insight and entertainment. And your seats on the 100m straight will give you unrivalled views of all the sport on offer.

Not since London 2012 have so many British athletes assembled on home soil. The euphoria of British medals accumulating over a 10 day competition is something that can’t be replicated, and only comes around every once in a while. Mo Farah, Greg Rutherford, Katarina Johnson-Thompson and Sophie Hitchon are all serious gold medal contenders.

If you want exceptional corporate hospitality in 2017, the IAAF World Athletics Championships are just the ticket.

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