The Barbican has achieved AIM Gold accreditation. It is the second time that the Barbican has been recognised with AIM accreditation - a mark of excellence demonstrating the traits of compliancy, competency and capability. It consists of an auditing process of tests, which examine all elements of the business, including planning, customer environment and levels of service.
Lee Dobson, Head of Events Management at the Barbican, said: "Achieving AIM Gold for the second time puts us in an exclusive group of the highest quality meetings venues in the country. It sets us apart from other venues and is a unique point of differentiation. As a result, it will help us attract more business both nationally and internationally."
The AIM accreditation process ensures that venues and industry suppliers are fit for purpose and operate as decent and ethical organisations. As the highest level of accreditation available to venues in the UK, the Gold level of accreditation places the Barbican in a group of venues, focused on the delivery of quality events with the highest possible levels of service.
Barbican is Europe’s largest combined conference and arts venue. Located in The City of London, it is capable of holding meetings from 10-2,000 delegates in its fully equipped concert hall, theatres, conference suites and boardrooms. Barbican Business Events brings together the venues expertise in the arts and corporate meetings.