A group of selected international media could witness the precise dynamic, similar to a dance, hold by the participants. A big chronometer on the wall announced the time they had left for their appointment and once it was finished, all of them had to stand up and move to their next appointment. A little yellow flag on their tables indicated if they were available in their spare time for unexpected appointments.
Church House Westminster added the colophon to the day, and dressed up to host the participants in which is probably one of the most symbolic venues of London. Built in 1887 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria, it overcame a bombing during the WWII in such good condition that Churchill chose it as provisional headquarters for the Parliament for the remainder of the war. In the same room where we were having some cocktails (choreography included) and could see some strongmen do their thing, not long ago Churchill gave his famous speech about the sinking of the German battleship Bismarck.
Afterwards we could have an amazing dinner liven up by live music, a magician (who made her assistant vanish) and dancers, who added the finale to an event that promises to be a success in the coming years.