Leading UK Fabricator, Conservatory Outlet, has celebrated its 6th Annual Gala Dinner in its most extravagant venue to date – none other than The Eiffel Tower.
With an exclusive invitation, the owners and directors of the close-knit Conservatory Outlet Network of retail partners, as well as their wives/husbands and partners, were treated priority entry to the tower, then to be greeted with the stunning private views from The Gustave Eiffel Salon.
Overlooking the striking backdrop of the city of Paris at sunset, guests were thanked for traveling to the city for this year’s event, and a special mention given to those who had achieved over 95% recommendation rate on the Conservatory Outlet online review centre.
Newest Network members Bon Accord Glass (Aberdeen) and Styleglaze Installations Ltd (Daventry) were welcomed into the network with special gifts, and long-standing members, TradeMark Windows (Berkshire), County – The Home Improvers (East Sussex) and Mid Wales Windows (Newtown) were thanked for their time within the Network – 5, 5 and 10 years respectively.
The City of Love was seen to have an impact on the guests as it was revealed that Managing Director of Pennine Home Improvements – Mark Tinnion (North East), had proposed to his now fiancé over the weekend, and three other couples were celebrating their engagement or marriage this year.
Conservatory Outlet Group CEO, Greg Kane went on to brief the network guests on a number of projects in the pipeline for the coming year and congratulate the successes of recent projects, including the launch of a full suite of new brochures as well as new additions to the network’s product portfolio - The Extreme Collection.
The evening ended with a video which showed various outtakes and clips from around the network, before guests were left to dance the night away looking out over the infamous sights of Paris.
Conservatory Outlet Managing Director, Michael Giscombe said “The city of love has certainly lived up to its reputation for this year’s Conservatory Outlet Gala Dinner.
It’s our business model that allows us to be able to meet like this- without conflict of interest. For us and our guests, it’s not just a networking event, it really does feel like a family reunion!
I am humbled to be able to bring the Network together in such an iconic, world famous venue such as the Eiffel Tower! But it really is just a small token of our appreciation for them being part of the Network and for their hard work throughout the year.”