60 Seconds With Natasha

19 April 2016

We'd like to cordially invite you to meet the team behind the party. Meet Natasha Dowling from Late Night London's Meetings & Events team.

Q. What excited you to work for Late Night London? 

It has been really exciting to join the central team, as I previously worked at 4 of the venues underneath the Late Night London brand, I was really excited starting knowing that the possibilities were endless. Having dealt with a lot of corporate events in venue, I thought the role was perfect for me and so far I am having a fantastic time.  I now have access to working with agents and the larger direct corporate accounts that you don’t get to see in venue and it has be good to step out of my comfort zone.   With 40 venues to now work with, each and everyone one of these unique in their own way, it excites me to know that the options available to give to our clients are in abundance

Q. How do you think the events industry will evolve over the next 5 years?

I’m convinced there are going to be robots serving drinks or orders being placed by customers themselves on built in bar iPads.  And I expect there being a machine to make them!  Seriously though, the events world is all about relationship.  I can see the future being more about being involved with people who really are passionate about the industry.  There are new venues opening all the time now the recession is over.  The customer has now become more conscious of value for money.  I am convinced success will be focused on strong relationships.

The number of venues that have been completely refurbished under the Late Night London umbrella within the last year has been incredible.  Each venue is adapting to current trends and the need to deliver to the customer experience savvy client is paramount.

Q. If you hadn’t gone into the events industry what would you have done?

Not many people know that I’m actually a qualified hairdresser or that I’ve worked within the music industry, perhaps I might have been a hairdressing music guru!

Q. Which has been your favourite event to work on since you joined Late Night London?

Having only worked at Late Night London for 6 months now I have a few cool events that I’ve planned however when I worked at the Balls Brothers Minster Court branch they were holding one of their regular sporting events, this one had special guest Rugby legend Phil Vickery fresh from his Masterchef experience. He was in the kitchen cooking up a storm and I was one of the lucky ones able to stand back and watch! 

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