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The Farnborough International Airshow has already been a success for hospitality and catering company Moving Venue.
 
Though only in its third day today (17 July), the biennial exhibition is set to account for 10 per cent of Moving Venue’s 2014 revenue.
 
The Airshow is a showcase for the global aviation sector – 2012’s show produced a total US$72 billion worth of orders from the corporate, country and government sectors.
 
This year has already topped that figure, with second-day figures coming in at an estimated US$100 billion.
 
Moving Venue has been on site for nine days ahead of the show, preparing and meeting requirements for breakfasts, lunches, afternoon teas and evening receptions during the trade days of the exhibition.
 
The company is more than at home at the greenfield site – in addition to Farnborough, Moving Venue is a regular supplier at the Paris, Dubai and Singapore airshows.
 
“There is a marked sense of confidence at this year’s show, which is reflected in some very large orders being announced,” said Moving Venue managing director Richard Beggs. “Such economic buoyancy is having a ripple effect for us as clients reinforce their market positioning through bigger budgeted entertaining and high-end service standards.
 
“Farnborough International Airshow has always been an important part in our business planning and 2014 is very much a landmark year in terms of the budget being spent,” he added.
 
This year marks 30 years of business for Moving Venues.
 
 
For more on the Farnborough International Airshow, be sure to pick up the next Access All Areas, out 1 September. Email or tweet Emma Hudson with news or comments.
 

The Farnborough International Airshow has already been a success for hospitality and catering company Moving Venue.
 
Though only in its third day today (17 July), the biennial exhibition is set to account for 10 per cent of Moving Venue’s 2014 revenue.
 
The Airshow is a showcase for the global aviation sector – 2012’s show produced a total US$72 billion worth of orders from the corporate, country and government sectors.
 
This year has already topped that figure, with second-day figures coming in at an estimated US$100 billion.
 
Moving Venue has been on site for nine days ahead of the show, preparing and meeting requirements for breakfasts, lunches, afternoon teas and evening receptions during the trade days of the exhibition.
 
The company is more than at home at the greenfield site – in addition to Farnborough, Moving Venue is a regular supplier at the Paris, Dubai and Singapore airshows.
 
“There is a marked sense of confidence at this year’s show, which is reflected in some very large orders being announced,” said Moving Venue managing director Richard Beggs. “Such economic buoyancy is having a ripple effect for us as clients reinforce their market positioning through bigger budgeted entertaining and high-end service standards.
 
“Farnborough International Airshow has always been an important part in our business planning and 2014 is very much a landmark year in terms of the budget being spent,” he added.
 
This year marks 30 years of business for Moving Venues.
 
 
For more on the Farnborough International Airshow, be sure to pick up the next Access All Areas, out 1 September. Email or tweet Emma Hudson with news or comments.