YOUR BRAND, OUR SPACE
Transformation Happens at Berkeley
“Creativity is intelligence having fun” – Albert Einstein
Our Berkeley venues are unique by nature, but there’s also an opportunity to make the space entirely your own. At Berkeley, we encourage creativity. We recognize in order to connect your brand with your clients it requires out of the box personalization.
Through Berkeley’s doors, we’ve had escape rooms, ice sculptures, concerts, lush gardens and more. Most recently, Martell Cognac hosted a product launch event called “House of Martell” at the Berkeley Bicycle Club.
Martell transformed the Berkeley Bicycle Club into an array of experiences for the guests. Smoked cocktails, dancers, blue lighting and tasting stations filled the event space while bloggers and influencers had the opportunity to try Martell’s new products. The space evoked curiosity – which was one of the themes of the evening. Carefully designed by Saks Fifth Avenue’s marketing director, Shayne Stephens, the “House of Martell” inspired curious minds.
The opportunities are endless when you pair Toronto’s best corporate event venue with innovative minds. Toronto is a diverse city with endless creativity. The Berkeley team is passionate, open and excited to make your visions become a reality.
Any industry can take advantage of Berkeley Events multifaceted launches: Vehicle, Beauty Products, Food & Beverage, Travel, Fashion, Media PR Releases, Popup Shops have all used Berkeley’s venues to showcase their latest passion.
Check out some images below from previous events hosted at Berkeley.
Berkeley Field House
Berkeley Bicycle Club
The options are endless…things such as embracing a theme or adding lighting can help completely transform the space to fit your event’s vibe. We encourage you to be original…and we can’t wait to hear your innovative ideas and see your event come together.
Contact Berkeley Events and learn more about why brands like Porsche, Facebook, LACOSTE, Moet & Chandon, Spotify, Netflix, Hubspot, Linkedin, Martell Cognac, ABC chose Berkeley for their Toronto event venue.