IET London: Savoy Place

IET London: Savoy Place
2 Savoy Place, London, WC2R 0BL
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IET London: Savoy Place

Following a two-year, £30 million refurbishment, the IET’s flagship building is reopening its doors. With four floors of reconfigured event spaces and a new Roof Terrace with breath-taking panoramic views across the Thames skyline, IET London: Savoy Place is Central London’s premier event and meeting destination.

Revitalised for the 21st century, the historic building offers cutting-edge connectivity, energy efficiency and sustainable technology while preserving its unique heritage. The customisable spaces can be scaled up or down to suit any event and improved accessibility in all areas helps makes this exciting venue more welcoming than ever before.

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Break Free from Limiting Beliefs

The moment we 'arrive' we inherit and assimilate a matrix of beliefs. Many of those beliefs lead us down blind alleys and dead ends as they skew our decisions and the direction of our life. Others stand in the way of our happiness and success. So how do we know which beliefs are true and which are false? What is the…

Fri 16 Jun

Free / 020 7344 5479

Live. Love. Learn. Repeat.

LIVE. Life takes guts and heart. So, love your life and live it fully. LOVE. Understand what is love and love what is and you'll thrive. LEARN. Revel in the delight of learning, because life never stops teaching. Do you charge into your day feeling inspired and intrigued? Live, love, learn, repeat and keep improving who…

Fri 19 May

Free / 020 7344 5479

Why haven't we cured cancer yet?

Despite extraordinary advances in cancer treatment over the past century, the medical profession still quotes patient survival in terms of 3 to 5 years. Complete remission of the disease remains the exception and the impact of new treatments has been highly diverse. Cancer still affects 1 in 3 of us, so what are we going…

Thu 4 May

Free / 020 7344 5479

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