Bruntwood, the UK property company, launched a network of meeting and conference rooms know as The Red Rooms in 2007 to offer their office customers a better value and better quality alternative to holding meetings in crowded coffee shops and hotel bars.
The network has now grown to 71 meeting rooms, all of which are located in Bruntwood office buildings across 4 key cities in the north of England, namely Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham..
Bruntwood’s Director of Sales, Andrew Butterworth, explains: “Bruntwood is a long term business and we have a long term objective of providing quality meeting rooms at excellent value for money. The Red Rooms supports our main office product allowing us to extend preferential rates to all of our office customers and suppliers. These are people who we have worked with and will continue to work with for many years.”
All meeting and conference rooms in the Red Rooms network can be hired from one hour up to a full day, booked in advance or on the spot and can accommodate a variety of layouts for between 2 and 100 delegates. The Red Rooms also come complete with complimentary refreshments and state of the art AV equipment and video conferencing facilities.
Stationary and refreshments are all provided as part of Bruntwood‘s service and the company’s experienced on-site service teams will manage the provision of any additional catering customers may need, from breakfast, and lunch, through to a evening meals.
Bruntwood will reward its office customers with a 10% discount on all meeting rooms in the network across Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and Birmingham. Bruntwood has found that as so many of its office customers do business right across these cities, they have found the ability to hire meeting and conference rooms on demand invaluable.
Bruntwood is a UK based, privately owned property company specialising in serviced office rental, meeting rooms and commercial and retail space, owning 80 office buildings in Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham. Bruntwood’s entire business is resourced and managed as a service business and as a result its customer retention rate is almost 4 times higher than the UK national average.
Bruntwood also donates 10% of its annual profits to charitable and good causes while 70% of the energy bought into the company’s buildings comes from fully renewable sources.