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The All Nations Centre is a large multi-purpose building located in the Gabalfa district of North Cardiff in Wales.
The conference and events business at All Nations Centre is operated by Kairos Ventures Limited.
All Nations Centre Wikipedia
The journey began in 1991, when the All Nations Church purchased a plot of land in the Heath area of Cardiff. The land was developed and the All Nations Centre was built to host church services and gatherings.
Established in 2003 as part of plans to approach the conferencing market more professionally, Kairos Ventures Limited works in partnership with the All Nations Church. The company exists not only for the benefit of the Cardiff community, but the church and its charitable aims both here in the UK and wider afield.
In recent years the All Nations Centre has been visited by HRH Prince Charles and Prime Minister, David Cameron, as well as hosting the BBC's flagship political debate programme, Question Time.
The conference centre provides rooms of different sizes with set up tailored to clients needs. AV support and equipment or bespoke sets, sound and lighting, can all be provided. It is one of the only places in Cardiff to offer full video conferencing and web streaming for its clients.
All Nations Centre in house kitchen can cater for everything from breakfast to a black tie dinner and everything in between. The Centre boasts in over 250 complimentary on site car parking and easy access from all transport hubs.
The All Nations Centre is a regular host to Welsh organisations such as NHS Wales, Public Health Wales, the Welsh Assembly Government and Cwm Taf Health Board. It is also hosts examinations and lectures for Cardiff University and the Open University.
All profits made by Kairos Ventures Limited is redistributed into local, national and international causes in places like Cuba, the Philippines and India.