Exhibitors at this year’s London Vet Show can benefit from an exclusive lounge area provided by animal industry recruitment specialist Noble Futures.

Exhibitors lounge
Noble Futures is to host a lounge open to all exhibitors at London Vet Show.

Thousands of delegates will attend London’s Olympia for the two-day veterinary conference on 19 and 20 November – and it is with this high-intensity period in mind that Noble Futures designed this contemporary space, exclusively for the use of exhibitors.

Exclusive space

The lounge offers exhibitors a space they can use as a professional meeting area, for networking, or just to take a break and relax – all while enjoying complimentary refreshments.

The lounge will be open only to attending exhibitors during the show; however, delegates or guests may also visit while in accompaniment of an exhibitor.

Noble future MD Tony Noble said: “In previous years we found it challenging to find a suitable environment for meetings during the event and so we wanted to provide exhibitors a space to meet with colleagues, clients or simply take some time out from the bustle of the show.

“We feel the exhibitor lounge is a great opportunity for us to give something back and show our commitment to the industry.”

  • The lounge can be found at EL1 – upstairs on the Grand Hall gallery, accessed via the Henley Suite stairs.
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