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It’s the season for corporate hospitality and, whatever your budget, London and the surrounding area boasts world-class entertainment options.

Cartier Queens Cup, Windsor Great Park
When: From end of May until 18 June
What: One of the top five polo tournaments in the world, boasting the biggest names in the game and their impressive pony power. The final on Sunday 18 June attracts polo fans plus a big name guest list from title sponsor Cartier. Ticket: From £60 Magic Touch: For £375 enjoy the finest cuisine by Mosimann’s headed up by executive chef Rob Grandison and maitre d’ Fraser Holmes. guardspoloclub.com

Henley Royal Regatta, Henley
When: 28 June-2 July
What: Henley Royal Regatta is undoubtedly the best-known regatta in the world. It attracts thousands of visitors over a five-day period. Spectators are thrilled by over 200 races of an international standard, which includes both Olympians and crews new to the event. Ticket: Standard entry is £29 Magic Touch: From £249, you can enjoy a view from Fawley Meadows, including a river boat cruise, private outdoor area, live entertainment and, of course, award-winning hospitality throughout the day. hrr.co.uk

Aegon Championships, The Queens Club, West London
When: 19-25 June
What: Held at The Queen’s Club, the Aegon Championships was voted ATP World Tour 500 Tournament of the Year last year. Featuring the world’s best men’s singles and doubles players, it’s the first chance of the season for most players to switch from clay to grass courts. Price: From £75 Magic Touch: From £645, you can wow your clients with gastronomic dining at the Club Lounge, access to a garden space overlooking the practice courts, a luxury chauffeur service and an official Centre Court South Stand ticket, located behind the baseline and complete with seat cushion. lta.org.uk

Goodwood, West Sussex
When: 29 June-2 July
What: With road-racing fans coming from all over the country, the weekend sees an array of Formula 1, supercars, bikes and heritage cars taking on the 1.16 mile Hillclimb, which challenges the world’s greatest drivers and riders, including today’s Formula 1 and Moto GP stars. The largest event of its kind in the world, the Festival gathers together the planet’s rarest and most glamorous cars. Price: From £67 Magic Touch: Stump up £804 and you can watch the day from the Hill Pavilion, which offers shared or private space at the first corner of the Hillclimb. That includes admission, event programme and ear piece, breakfast, four-course lunch, Champagne reception, afternoon tea and car parking. goodwood.com

Wimbledon, South-West London
When: 3-16 July
What: The Championships, Wimbledon is the world’s oldest tennis tournament and one of the most prestigious events in the sporting calendar. Taking place every summer at the magnificent, quinessentially British All England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon since 1877, it’s one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments and one of the most sought-after events in the world. Price: Centre Court from £41 Magic Touch: Entertain guests in one of nine luxury suites set within Centre Court, where you can enjoy canapés, a four-course à la carte menu and traditional Wimbledon afternoon tea plus a complimentary bar and luxury chauffeur service from £1510. wimbledon.com

Silverstone, Northamptonshire
When: 14-16 July
What: F1 drivers call the Formula 1 Rolex British Grand Prix at the iconic Silverstone circuit ‘insanely fast’. Lewis Hamilton will be aiming to impress the loyal British fans at his home race and hoping to mount the steps of the Silverstone podium again. Price: £179 per adult Magic Touch: Join celebrity host Jake Humphrey (Saturday and Sunday) in the new and exclusive Drivers Lounge in your own private outdoor terrace and grandstand. Complete with interactive experiences, viewing screens, autograph and photo opportunities, complimentary fizz and fine cuisine prepared by a top chef for £1149. silverstone.co.uk

This article was originally featured in The Informer. To read the full magazine, please click here.