Entry from British & World English dictionary
The entertaining of clients by companies in order to promote business, especially at sporting or other public events.
- Since concluding his time on the pitch, Mr Cherry has worked for 13 years as managing director of SLP, a company specialising in corporate hospitality and sports promotional merchandise.
- Bravo offers a range of services including event and conference management, event marketing and corporate hospitality.
- Last year, gate receipts - including fans through the turnstiles and businessmen buying corporate hospitality - made up 60% of revenue for Aberdeen and Hearts.
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