BOOK YOUR PLACE

You can attend the British Ex-Forces in Business Awards, taking place at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane on 19 May 2021, by booking individual tickets or a table package.

Individual places
£365+VAT
Table for 10 guests
£3,350+VAT
Table for 12 guests
£3,750+VAT

10% of ticket sales are donated to SSAFA – the Armed Forces charity, official charity partner of the awards.

Included in the price for each attendee is a sparkling drinks reception on arrival, a three-course meal with tea and coffee, half a bottle of wine, souvenir programme and access to all parts of the event including guest speakers and live entertainment.

Please email tickets@exforcesinbusiness.co.uk with your order request or if you have any questions.

Scottish Awards

Prices for the Scottish Ex-Forces in Business Awards, taking place at the DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow in April 2021, are as follows:

Individual places
£180+VAT
Table for 10 guests
£1,550+VAT
Table for 12 guests
£1,800+VAT

BOOK YOUR PLACE

You can attend the British Ex-Forces in Business Awards 2020, taking place at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane, by booking individual tickets or a table package.

Individual places
£365+VAT
Table for 10 guests
£3,350+VAT
Table for 12 guests
£3,750+VAT

10% of ticket sales are donated to SSAFA – the Armed Forces charity, official charity partner of the awards.

Included in the price for each attendee is a sparkling drinks reception on arrival, a three-course meal with tea and coffee, half a bottle of wine, souvenir programme and access to all parts of the event including guest speakers and live entertainment.

Please email tickets@exforcesinbusiness.co.uk with your order request or if you have any questions.

Scottish Awards

Prices for the Scottish Ex-Forces in Business Awards 2020, taking place at the DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow on 9 December, are as follows:

Individual places
£180+VAT
Table for 10 guests
£1,550+VAT
Table for 12 guests
£1,800+VAT

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