MeetingRooms.com Welcomes Bruntwood’s UK Red Rooms Portfolio

Manchester, England, 25th June, 2015 – MeetingRooms.com, the global marketplace that brings people and meeting space together on-demand, has announced that commercial property group, Bruntwood, has made their Red Rooms…

Manchester, England, 25th June, 2015MeetingRooms.com, the global marketplace that brings people and meeting space together on-demand, has announced that commercial property group, Bruntwood, has made their Red Rooms portfolio available for customers to book via the MeetingRooms.com marketplace and online booking tools.  Red Rooms by Bruntwood include a portfolio of 78 high quality meeting rooms across Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and Birmingham.

The MeetingRooms.com marketplace, which came out of beta in March 2015, has grown in the first 90 days to have 6,000+ meeting rooms on offer in 58 countries around the world – including 173 cities and towns within the United Kingdom.  The marketplace matches its venue partner empty meeting rooms with demand in real-time, enabling customers to book professional meeting rooms online 24/7 and avoid the usual hassle of making loads of phone calls and web enquiries.

“We are excited to sell our meeting rooms on MeetingRooms.com.  We believe our Red Room portfolio is perfect for their corporate clients and PAs seeking professional offsite environments.”
Jonathan Sidgwick, Bruntwood Meeting and Events Sales Coordinator.

Bruntwood’s Red Rooms are available from £10 per hour, can be hired from one hour upwards and can accommodate from one to 150 delegates. Meeting rooms include complimentary refreshments, state-of-the-art AV equipment, free Wi-Fi and an onsite customer service team.

Now MeetingRooms.com customers can book Bruntwood’s Red Rooms via www.meetingrooms.com and the hospitality tech company’s partner network, such as the online booking tool for personal and executive assistants launch earlier this month in partnership with PA Life Magazine.

“We’re proud to welcome Bruntwood’s Red Room portfolio to our venue network. Their meeting rooms are brilliant and backed up with the superb hospitality our customers expect.”
Caleb Parker, CEO of MeetingRooms.com

MeetingRooms.com CEO, Caleb Parker, and Jonathan Sidgwick, Bruntwood Meeting and Events Sales Co-ordinator overlooking Manchester from Bruntwood’s marquee venue.

Founded in 2014, MeetingRooms.com, headquartered in London, is the latest addition to the Search Office Space group of companies which was set up by property entrepreneur Richard Smith in 1993. For more than twenty years, the group has been a constant pioneer in the flexible workspace category, introducing a range of different search and compare services – from serviced offices (www.searchofficespace.com), virtual offices, day offices, and now meeting spaces (www.meetingrooms.com) – to support corporates, SMEs and entrepreneurs across its global portfolio of 12,000 venue partners

About MeetingRooms.com

MeetingRooms.com is the global marketplace that brings people and meeting space together, on demand. It is the definitive ‘one-stop-shop’ for users to instantly find, compare and book meeting space no matter where they are in the world. In addition, it allows venues – from hotels to shared office centres – to attract a wider pool of new customers, increasing occupancy and booking revenues. MeetingRooms.com and Search Office Space were both founded by British entrepreneur, Richard Smith, who serves as President of MeetingRooms.com and CEO of Search Office Space.

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