On Thursday 9th March, we took a small group of Adoreum members and friends to the stunning Connaught Hotel to celebrate International Women’s Day with Harper’s Bazaar.
Having first come on board through our Consultancy division, working with our luxury brand partners, we are excited to share that Eva Espresso is now a valued official member of the Adoreum Club (perhaps it was inevitable!).
What a year it was! We put on over 60 events, launched the Adoreum Club North in Manchester, re-launched in Zurich and welcomed over 100 new members. We now have members based in London, Manchester and the North West, Zurich, NYC, LA, Charleston, Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin and Dublin.
On Thursday 23rd February, we welcomed 180 people for a sit-down lunch at Bombay Brasserie, Kensington. This was our biggest Adoreum Club Lunch yet and we are so grateful to our members and guests for joining us and contributing to yet another unforgettable afternoon.
On Tuesday 7th February, we were delighted to catch up with new and old friends at our Adoreum Club Breakfast at The Old Sessions House. It was brilliant to return to Adoreum member, The Knotel Workclub – at The Old Sessions House – after our fabulous Christmas Party we held there in December. The morning consisted of delightful food and thought-provoking conversation around Neurodivergent Entrepreneurship.
On Wednesday the 2nd of March, in collaboration with Guerlain, we hosted a lunch for a group of Adoreum Members all the way up in Wardian’s newly opened Observatory.
At the end of February, we took a group of investors from the Club community to The London Technology Club’s breakfast on Longevity.
On Wednesday 8th February, Adoreum member, Mark Watts – sports tech investor and co-founder and former Managing Partner of investment group Marwyn – hosted an Adoreum Investor Lunch on The Future of Sport at Corinthia London.
This month we have hosted a pair of breakfasts at the wonderful Fair Shot Café as part of our highly curated Sum of Six events. We brought together six members for each event that we were sure would have great chemistry, spark interesting conversations and initiate meaningful relationships.
Computer Aid is a non-profit organisation that is dedicated to closing the technological divide. On the 27th of May we hosted a breakfast event at The Berkeley with Computer Aid which featured an informative and eye-opening talk from Keith Sonnet, Computer Aids CEO, and Adoreum Senior Advisor, Dominic McVey who is also the Chairman of the Board at Computer Aid. The breakfast got everyone talking about how they can better manage their e-waste and brought awareness to the seriousness of the technological divide, especially during COVID.
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