This year’s venue, the ICC Birmingham, is not only the heart of an emerging city; it is also visually stunning. With a variety of executive meeting rooms, halls and shopping facilities, The ICC Birmingham is the perfect venue for this year’s Technology Conference.
Built and completed in 1988- and costing a whopping £200 million, the ICC Birmingham is the UK’s first purpose built exhibition hall. Opening to its first conference in April 1992, the ICC has been home to a number of high profile conferences, exhibitions and events including the G8 Summit and The Conservative Party Annual Conference.
With a shopping mall that has a Starbucks, Strada, WH Smith, The Oak Kitchen and its own Castle Fine Art Gallery, the ICC provides visitors with more than just a corporate experience. This vast four floor building also features the Town Hall Symphony Hall, considered one of the world’s finest concert halls. On top of all this, there are ten halls and ten executive meeting rooms providing some of the UK's largest and most flexible conference facilities and spaces under one roof.
Before you attend the Conference in December take five minutes to familiarise yourself with this stunning venue by viewing the venue map or taking a virtual tour.