London England UK Purchasing Negotiation Training Seminars
London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, is a cosmopolitan city filled with an endless number of sights to see. Are you in London participating in one of our Contract Negotiating Training Workshops? If so, we recommend making space in your calendar and staying a few days in order to explore the city. Please ask your Negotiation Expert for recommendations if you have any questions about things to see or do. After each of our three training days together, your evenings will be free to discover London by night.
Training Seminar Options
Our Buyers Negotiation Seminar is available in public access and customized for in-house delivery options in London UK. We hope you’ll discover that London offers a great selection of suitable hotels nearby our training location that are within your budget. We would be delighted to recommend a local hotel if you’re participating on one of our open to the public access Procurement Negotiation Training Seminars. We can suggest a London training venue for in-house for your team of buyers if you prefer that we not deliver in your office. Most in-house clients choose to deliver their in-house seminar in their company’s London office. Get in touch to discuss your needs if you don’t see dates for London on our public seminar calendar. We would welcome the opportunity to discuss delivering our next Purchasing Negotiations Training Seminar either in your offices or via online delivery.
London Seminars Venue
One of our preferred London locations for classroom training delivery is the Hilton London Bankside.
Address: 2-8 Great Suffolk St, London SE1 0UG, UK.
Exploring Borough Market is a must-do for food lovers visiting London. Take a walk back in time in the 18th-century market, and be sure to sample some of the delicious world-class cuisines. Visiting the British Museum is one of the most popular things do to while spending a few days in London. The museum boasts an impressive collection of (stolen) treasures from around the world. For some quiet time, head to St. James’s Park or Hyde Park – both are great places for relaxing with a coffee and birdwatching.
Rainfall is common in London, so don’t forget your umbrella. Whatever time of year you’re visiting, be sure to get out for a pleasant evening stroll across London’s famous Tower Bridge and to see the nearby Tower of London. For a one-of-a-kind view of the city, grab a seat on the London Eye. The 135-metre high observation deck looks like a Ferris wheel and will take you soaring above the city, offering a panoramic view for 25 miles in every direction.