"Our clients are extremely important to us, and so are our staff. It’s essential for SilverDoor to meet clients on a personal level, which means sometimes meeting them without the formalities of an office environment.
"Our corporate box at Lord’s Cricket Ground is the perfect place to spend the day getting to know one another.
"The box is primarily used to entertain our clients, although we do, on occasions, invite our property partners and suppliers to join us for the day.
"Entertaining clients at Lord’s is completely different from any other sporting arena. The venue provides our guests with the time to talk without the intensity and small time frame of a sport like football or rugby. A full test match day can last for up to eight hours, which gives us plenty of opportunity to talk to our guests, and make a real day of it.
"Building relationships in this environment is very effective because it’s a relaxed setting that caters to corporate clientele.
"The hospitality and service is excellent with a great range of quality and prices for food and drink. This is all topped off with great account management, as every time we’ve attended we’ve had a seamless experience.
"The positive feedback we receive from our clients reflects the high quality of hospitality, food and drinks at Lord’s. This is guaranteed to strengthen relationships inside, and outside of the team; serving as a great return of investment.
"SilverDoor would like to extend a huge thanks to everyone involved at Lord’s Cricket Ground for making our visits so memorable."
"When we launched our London office we needed to build on our client relationships quickly and effectively. One of the first marketing initiatives we decided upon was to acquire a box at Lord’s.
"The world famous venue and high quality service we get from the hospitality team there ensures our clients and guests have a wonderful day with us. It is the relaxed, yet professional atmosphere that really complements our own values and style.
"The feedback from our clients is that this is the most anticipated invitation of the year."
Ropes & Gray, London