BMA House forecast event success for the Chinese New Year
BMA House welcomes the Year of the Monkey with a perfect zodiac pack of animals for organising events. This enthusiastic team includes a rabbit, ox, pig, snake, a herd of horses and a monkey. Between them, they have all the essential animal traits needed for successful event planning including excellent attention to detail, superb communication skills, problem solving tenacity and supreme multitasking skills.
Leading from the front is Sarah Bright (a rabbit), working alongside Rebecca Hurley, Deputy Head of Events (a pig). Rabbits are known to be creative and good communicators but are also calm at times of confrontation. While pigs are good team players, detailed orientated and not afraid to take responsibility. Kathryn Winfield, Event’s Sales Manager who is an Ox also plays a pivotal role in the team’s success. Oxen are renowned for being hardworking, task orientated, dependable and determined but also have good attention to detail.
Sarah Bright, Head of Events for BMA House says: “It is really interesting to see what our Chinese zodiac reveals and we really do have a complementary team of traits and skills! This is reflected in the 15% uplift we saw in sales last year. So, even with resident ‘monkey’, and newest team member Lucy O’Grady, clients can rest assured there will be no monkey business when booking their events with BMA House!”
To celebrate Chinese New year, BMA House will be offering fortune cookies to all delegates throughout the month of the February.
BMA House is a Grade II listed venue located in Bloomsbury offering a range of 25 spaces for meetings and conferences for up to 294 and weddings and private events. This includes two magnificent outdoor areas – the Courtyard and the beautiful Garden, all within easy walking distance of both Euston and Kings Cross stations.