Monaco in the Heart of Hillington - Kibble: Specialist services & support for young people facing adversity
Posted: January 17, 2018

The Experience, one of Kibble’s social enterprises has opened the doors on its newly renovated suite of conference and meeting rooms.

Home of Scotland’s only electric go-karting arena, our five-star attraction is challenging the status quo of traditional meeting space, with a quirky Formula One theme designed to inspire creative thinking and motivate team performance. The addition of the Grand Prix meeting rooms makes it the perfect venue for mixing fun with formal.

The stylish Grand Prix Meeting Rooms have brought a taste of Monaco to the heart of Hillington. The high-quality meeting and conference space is ideal for business meetings, staff training, presentations, team building days or conferences. Housed in a quiet space, set back from the main electric go-karting arena, the rooms hark back to the golden era of motorsport with each room named after an iconic Formula One race track.

Monaco is the largest of the three meeting rooms with the capacity to hold up to 90 delegates. For smaller meetings, Silverstone and Monza comfortably seat 16 and 12 delegates respectively. Delegates will have full use of AV equipment including projector, plasma screens and free WIFI. Teams can recharge their batteries in the award-winning Refuel Café with its variety of catering options. Many of the dishes on offer feature fresh, local ingredients grown and cultivated by young people at Kibble’s community garden.

Lynsey McLean, Head of The Experience said:

“Because The Experience is a unique venue, we felt our meeting rooms needed to reflect this and the quirky design is in keeping with our style.

“We know how important productivity is in the new year, and we feel that our Grand Prix meeting rooms are the ideal space to get started on whatever you’re planning this year.”

The Experience is a leading social enterprise and young workforce development centre providing valuable work experience , skills and qualifications to young people facing barriers to employment.

For more information, visit The Experience website.

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