Lime Venue Portfolio continues its expansion , Dublin’s new venue to join flourishing directory

From: Triggerfish Communications
Published: Tue Jan 12 2010

On 14 May 2010 the world’s oldest stadium will have been reincarnated to provide Ireland’s national rugby and football teams with a new home, and the global events sector a signature space set to inspire both planners and delegates.

The continuous curvilinear shaped structure draws together technology and nature and has been rigorously designed to be the most sustainable venue in Ireland. Aviva Stadium is already setting its sights on becoming the world’s first BS 8901 certified sporting stadium, providing the assurance that all events will be planned and implemented in a sustainable manner; helping reduce carbon emissions and waste.

As event planners increasingly place ‘perception’ as a criterion of choice in their decision making process, Aviva Stadium has visibly positioned itself as venue of choice for corporates, agents and associations who seek to fulfil their wider CSR policies – a veritable illustration of duty of care. The venue’s uncompromising service standards, award winning food and beverage, state of the art technology and globally renowned Dublin welcome will combine together to offer planners a cost effective solution for world class progressive events.

Set over 6 levels, spaces can be booked for discreet meetings, product launches, award dinners and large association conferences. The spaces offer non prescriptive solutions for live events from 2 to 2000 people. Overseen by skilled event planners and managers, clients will be encouraged to think outside the confines of the traditional hotel box and create spirited events where objectives are fulfilled and return on investment achieved.

News surrounding the Stadium has already resonated across Europe with business wins secured from competitor destinations including Barcelona, Berlin and Paris. The annual CEPIC Congress 2010 will bring together over 700 international delegates; closer to home 300 delegates from The College of Anesthetists of Ireland will meet for their 3 day annual conference.

Cailín Keaney, Marketing Manager for the Aviva Stadium, said: "Judging by the enquiries coming in, the message is certainly out there that we are about to open for business. And as a landmark opening in Dublin in 2010 we’re all hugely excited about stamping Ireland’s benchmark of event excellence on to Aviva Stadium".

Louise Amphlett, head of Lime Venue Portfolio, said: ‘At the beginning of a decade set to revolve around sport, and taking into consideration the successes of other sporting venues, it is very exciting to be launching the Aviva Stadium.’
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