Keith Prowse woos SMEs to corporate hospitality

22 October 2010 by
Keith Prowse woos SMEs to corporate hospitality

Keith Prowse, Compass Group's hospitality specialist, has announced plans to attract the UK's smaller to medium companies to the benefits of corporate hospitality.

Smaller companies are being invited to experience how corporate hospitality, traditionally more popular with big businesses, can enhance their business strategies with half price packages for England's 2011 RBS Six Nations match against Italy next February.

Ted Walker, head of marketing at Keith Prowse, said: "Corporate hospitality offers benefits for companies of all sizes, and that is what we hope to demonstrate by offering table for the England vs Italy game half-price for those entertaining at the Investec Internationals.

"Relationship building is integral to every business, and ensuring a prized potential client or high-performing employee enjoys an unforgettable day out at one of the UK's top sporting or cultural events can help SMEs strengthen their external and internal business networks."

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By Janie Stamford

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