You may have noticed we’ve been a little quiet the past couple of months. We’ve been busy making tweaks to the site. But more importantly we’ve been making friends with some of the coolest venues in Brighton & Hove.

Every week we’ll introduce you to a few new pals of ours, but in the meantime here are some places we think you’ll love…

Meetings with a biteVibrant surroundings of Chilli Pickle's out of office meeting space in Brighton

Chilli Pickle is an award winning Indian restaurant in the heart of Brighton, with an open meeting space for up to 12 people. The vibrant surroundings and delicious lunch menu (included in the meeting package) make it a food lovers dream venue.

Stylish get-togethers Stylist surroundings of a meeting space at Malmaison at Brighton Marina

Since its reinvention earlier this year, Malmaison boasts six flexible meeting rooms and individual meeting pods with collapsible walls. As part of your rendezvous why not enjoy a cocktail in their glittering bar overlooking the ocean?

Classic and sophisticatedClassic beauty of Proud Stanmer House in Brighton

Proud Country House, an 18th century manor house, is set in acres of stunning woodland. Its meeting spaces have been carefully restored to their historic charm – perfect for conferences and special events.

Lusting after the serenity of the South Downs whilst being just a stones throw from Brighton? You’ve got it at Proud.

Collaborative creative Coworking space and meeting space at Platf9rm in Brighton

Since opening in January Platf9rm has quickly become a hub for those with entrepreneurial spirit and creative prowess. Two small meeting rooms, known and the Red and Orange Rooms, can be opened up to create a larger relaxed meeting space for up to 16 people.

Platf9rm have big plans and in the summer will be opening a larger event space in the floor below as well as one in Hove – watch this space!

We’ll be introducing you to more pals of ours next week but in the meantime, these venues are featured on our homepage – check them out.

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