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Date: 16 November 2017
Venue: London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square, London, W1K 6JP, United Kingdom (Venue map)
Dress Code: Black Tie
7:00pm: Champagne drinks reception in the Ballroom Foyer
The night will begin with a champagne reception, providing the perfect environment to meet and greet your guests and network.
7:45pm: Welcome speech
By the editor of FStech and Retail Systems, Michelle Stevens
8:00pm: Sumptuous gala dinner
A fantastic three course dinner will be presented to you by the culinary experts of the prestigious London Marriot, Grosvenor Square.
9:30pm: Awards presentation by the host
The 2016 Payments Awards were presented by comedian Richard Herring. The 2017 host will be announced shortly.
11:00pm: After party and Entertainment
You will have the chance to show off your skills and win prizes at the fun casino (prizes will be awarded to the highest scores on the night). For those wanting to show off your best dance moves, our DJ will be playing in the stylish ballroom, with a quieter area also available for those who would like to catch up with colleagues and friends to discuss the successes of the night. A cash bar will be available for those who wish to party into the night.
The 2017 Payments Awards winners will be announced at the glittering Awards Ceremony on Thursday 16 November 2017 at the prestigious London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square. We look forward to welcoming the biggest names in the industry. The hotel expertly combines traditional elegance with modern comfort. Situated just steps from Hyde Park and Oxford Street, the hotel's historic past as a grand townhouse now welcomes guests with five-star luxuries. The Payments Awards provide a great way to recognise and reward staff for their hard work, catch up with friends in the industry, and to develop client relationships. Consisting of a champagne reception, sumptuous dinner, awards ceremony hosted by a celebrity compere and after show party, the Payments Awards 2017 will be a night to remember. Early booking is advised as tables are allocated closest to the stage on a first come first served basis.