9 Months, Six Weeks, 6 Days

It’s official, on 13th June 2016, tennis fans will flock to The Queen’s Club in London to watch Andy Murray defend his title at the Aegon Championships. The ATP 500 Tournament of the Year (2015) is one of the must-see tennis events of the season. Featuring the world’s best men’s singles and doubles players, The Aegon Championships are the first chance of the season for most players to switch from clay to grass courts.

A world-class tournament requires innovative and exciting hospitality to boot and, as the official hospitality partner, that’s exactly what we aim to provide.

Each year, we plan, build, host and dismantle the hospitality venue for the Aegon Championships. But what exactly does it take to create the ultimate hospitality experience slap bang in the middle of Baron’s Court? How long does it take to build?

After filming the entire building process, we found our answer: nine months to plan, six weeks to build and – after six days of brilliant tennis – two weeks to dismantle.


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