Bubble and Moving Venue join O2 approved caterer list

11 December 2013 by
Bubble and Moving Venue join O2 approved caterer list

Event caterers Bubble and Moving Venue have been added to the approved caterer list of London concert arena the O2.

Commenting on the news, Bubble managing director Michael Collins said it caps a "remarkable" year for the company.

"One that has seen us increase our dominance in the luxury market and revise every aspect of our marketing portfolio, including the launch of our stunning new interactive website," he added. Other events spaces that currently sit in the caterer's portfolio include the British Music Experience, Live Quarter, London Piazza and Building Six.

Gail Heron, sales and marketing manager at Moving Venue, also welcomed the appointment: "Naturally, we are really pleased to be chosen as a catering partner with this iconic building. The O2 is recognied across the globe and is the backdrop for some of the world's most prolific events. It's a contemporary and versatile event space which promises an exciting offer for our clients and their guests."

Celebrating its 30th year in 2014, Moving Venue has caterered at high profile events including Man Booker Prize and Barclaycard Mercury Prize music awards as well as charity events for Help the Heroes and Unicef.

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