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[mass noun] The entertaining of clients by companies in order to promote business, especially at sporting or other public events.
- ‘Mr Wild said his firm, which organises and provides corporate hospitality and events, had teamed up with the Royal Bank of Scotland's commercial banking team in Bradford to auction the prize because they worked closely together.’
- ‘It is an opportunity to get people to stay in the building for longer as things like corporate hospitality will be available.’
- ‘We are contracted to provide corporate hospitality to people who have bought from us and we will continue to do that.’
- ‘Companies and businesses will be attracted, with promises of corporate hospitality; it will be available for private parties, and weddings have been conducted here for some time.’
- ‘Last year, gate receipts - including fans through the turnstiles and businessmen buying corporate hospitality - made up 60% of revenue for Aberdeen and Hearts.’
- ‘Most of its corporate hospitality centres on sporting events.’
- ‘‘We offer tailored corporate hospitality packages for events worldwide,’ Dunne said.’
- ‘There has been a lot of glittering revelry since the last time Fiona Sidwell entered her York-based corporate hospitality and events company, Exclusive Events, in the Evening Press Business of the Year.’
- ‘The grand prix's organisers are currently looking for sponsors for the grand prix and inviting companies to use the event for corporate hospitality.’
- ‘The corporate hospitality market is another goal and a tie-up package between Britannia and Gleneagles Hotel is working well.’
- ‘What Microsoft gets out of the agreement is the right to hold one event at the stadium per year and a box for corporate hospitality.’
- ‘In many of the other major championships, there's a lot of corporate hospitality, a lot of other stuff happening around the course as you play.’
- ‘The top three reasons for investing in corporate hospitality were to develop existing client relationships; to establish new relationships and to promote the company's image.’
- ‘The former Scottish internationalist now runs his own corporate hospitality, marketing and promotions company in Glasgow.’
- ‘Since concluding his time on the pitch, Mr Cherry has worked for 13 years as managing director of SLP, a company specialising in corporate hospitality and sports promotional merchandise.’
- ‘The event is Europe's leading annual forum for the meetings, events and corporate hospitality industry.’
- ‘Bravo offers a range of services including event and conference management, event marketing and corporate hospitality.’
- ‘These clubs are now so mainstream that city bankers take clients along to show corporate hospitality.’
- ‘The National Museums of Scotland are forging a reputation for exclusive events, from corporate hospitality to film premieres.’
- ‘Behind her is York's Mansion House, home to the Lord Mayor of York, which for the first time is actively promoting itself for corporate hospitality.’
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