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All good things must come to an end and over the Bank Holiday weekend Metro moved from Great Suffolk Street in SE1 where we’ve been based for almost 30 years.

This marks an exciting new chapter for all of us as we move on to bigger premises right next to the Oval cricket ground in Kennington. As a location this is perfect for Metro, we now have a much larger warehouse, larger office premises and remain central with quick access to the city & west-end, which has always been important for us as a business.

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With the build-up towards the Olympics we’ve been kept very busy this week over here in Southwark. We’ve been putting final touches to the branding for the House of Switzerland at Glaziers Hall, we’ve been involved in the film festival for Casa Brasil at Somerset House and we’ve been at the Mandarin Oriental doing the AV for Mitt Romney’s UK fundraiser as well as various other jobs all on the go at the same time, all over the city.

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Things have been crazy busy here at Metro recently! We’ve had staff working all over Europe with clients in Rome, Barcelona, Budapest & France, we’ve got routine events for regular clients in full flow and we’re also gearing up for forthcoming Olympics work, as well as a number of other more bespoke projects. There have, however, been two jobs recently that have been particularly interesting for us to be involved with.

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Well another week has bustled past here at Metro and we find ourselves facing the prospect of a sunny weekend… Happy days!

As always there have been events taking place all over the city. We had one of our biggest clients in the banking sector holding seminars over at the Mayfair Hotel and at the same time we supplied the AV for a large event at Merchant Taylor’s Hall. We have been providing AV kit and production support for events taking place all over Europe, from Torquay to Istanbul!

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As I’m new to working full time in the city, I’m really just starting to get my head around how many of the best bits of the Big Smoke aren’t immediately visible at first glance. Some of the most interesting places in London are out of sight in cavernous subterranean rooms or hidden in courtyards and surrounded by anonymous corporate buildings. There’s many that are far less well known than the two I’m about to use as examples but these are a couple that I’ve seen recently.

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It’s been busy over here at Metro and a lot has taken place over the last couple of weeks. We’ve been running events all over Europe and many more back here in the UK.

As well as the actual production of the events, we have a large creative design input with our clients too, regularly taking a substantial role in helping to come up with designs and themes for the events we produce. Often we will help a client with the initial concept and produce visuals to give them ideas of how their event might look before they have decided.

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Hi, my name’s Terence Corness and I’m the new guy here at Metro. I started on 9th Jan and my role here is to identify new business opportunities and secure new clients wherever possible. My previous experience in this area of business is extensive but my previous experience of the events world is limited having only really come into contact with the industry from a client perspective. Prior to this I worked for a large organisation selling data and contracts into the property and environment sector. We ran events, of course, but I was only ever the man on the stand before now.

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Metro are currently providing technical support to a revolutionary art exhibition at the Shoreditch Townhall titled Mind over Matter.

The exhibition features portraits of 12 elderly people – all of who have chosen to give their brains to neuroscience upon their deaths. The participants – five of whom have already died – want to increase understanding about dementia, and had already agreed to allow their brains to be studied for physical signs of the disease, even though they might not, while alive, have outward symptoms.

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