Conveniently located in downtown London and offering a variety of amenities, it is little wonder that the London Chamber of Commerce Meeting Centre attracts many professionals and business people who are in need of meeting space. But the meeting rooms at 244 Pall Mall St also host many, many repeat customers.
So what keeps people coming back?
We recently spoke to one of our long-time meeting centre customers to find out.
Vincent Calzonetti has been a litigation lawyer for over 31 years and has spent the last 8 of those years doing private civil mediations. He first started using the Chamber Meeting Centre about five years ago.
I was referred here by another lawyer, Calzonetti said. and I thought I would try it out. I met Wendy Mills and she set everything up for us. That day, I was expecting eight people, but we actually had thirteen people arrive. Fortunately, Wendy noticed that more people were coming then were expected, and she immediately, moved us to a larger space. I was very impressed that she took the time to notice that.
Since that first day, Calzonetti has booked space at the London Chamber of Commerce Meeting Centre over 250 times.
I like that it is a dignified and quiet place with lots of parking nearby, Calzonetti said. I know that if I book the whole place, that I am going to have privacy which is important when dealing with sensitive situations. They (the Chamber staff) are also willing to accommodate any special needs such as special dietary requirements, or if I have to send or receive a fax. Bonnie Riddolls (the Chamber receptionist) is also very helpful. Both myself and my clients have all been very happy with the facility.
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