The networking evening was Spanish-themed, with Arte Ibérico providing the cold meats and another Chamber Patron, Bodegas Codorníu, providing the wine. The London weather did not disappoint, as attendees were able to enjoy spectacular eye-level views over the architecturally impressive St Paul’s Cathedral from the outdoor roof terrace – certainly a photo opportunity, which many of the guests indulged in.
The Sky Bar view of St Paul’s Cathedral
The evening began with Igor Urra, the Spanish Chamber’s Secretary General, warmly welcoming his members to the event at our flagship property.
Igor stated: “The Spanish Chamber of Commerce is always keen on exploring synergies and new avenues of collaboration that can also add value to our members. The partnership we have acquired with Grange Hotels is a great example of this, as one of our main goals lies in the promotion of relations between member companies.”
Tony Matharu – Managing Director, Grange Hotels
Tony Matharu, Managing Director of Grange Hotels, then took the stage to speak about the group’s involvement within this sector, emphasising the value of “establishing long-term relationships” - something Grange Hotels takes great pride in.
The Spanish Chamber was founded in London in December 1886, with the object of furthering the economic and commercial relations between Spain and Great Britain. Through our global representation company, Global Hospitality Services (GHS), we hope to provide another platform for member companies and individuals to continue forging a strong relationship between the two countries.