5 Reasons Why Lane End Conference Centre Remains Suitable for Healthcare Meetings, Conferences and Training3rd Mar 2021
Apart from being assessed by Healthcare Venues, we explore 4 additional reasons Why Lane End Conference Centre is suitable for Healthcare Meetings, Conferences and Training.
"The promise of spring's arrival is enough to get anyone through the bitter winter." Jen Selinsky
As business, travel, and hospitality prepare to reopen following the recent road-map published to get through the bitter COVID-19 pandemic, "Spring Into Step" with Lane End's four ideas on how to find the balanced health, economic and social benefit promised, regarding:
1. ESSENTIAL BUSINESS AND KEY WORKER TRAVEL, MEETINGS, CONFERENCES AND TRAINING, from 8 March
2. OVERNIGHT HOUSEHOLD LEISURE TRAVEL, FILMING, EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING AND TEAM BUILDING EVENTS, for the period 12 April to 16 May
3. SOCIALLY DISTANCED MEETINGS, CONFERENCES AND TRAINING, 17 May to 20 June and
4. RETURNING TO SOME KIND OF NORMAL, from 21 June.
Getting the venue right for your meeting, conference or training is crucial. But what are the benefits of choosing a residential venue over a non-residential venue and vice versa? Lane End explores these 7 key differences to ensure you choose the right facility:
2. Travel and need for a hotel
4. Teambuiling / Networking
6. Location and Parking
Have peace of mind with Lane End Conference Centre's COVID-19 #Safeonsite measures applied, thorough "what to expect" on-site guidelines, all-encompassing risk assessments and fair contractual clauses.
Organising online meetings, conferences or training brings its own challenges. Even though your direct, face-to-face contact with delegates is reduced, this doesn’t mean you have less to do to make them feel involved. It could be said that your job is harder, as you will need to keep people engaged via a screen or phone line and prevent them from becoming distracted by phone messages, emails and other calls on their time.
Lane End's 5 Tips on How To organise winning online meetings, conferences and training focuses, here, on:
1. Opening thoughts
2. Location, location, location
3. Perfect Preparation
February, the month of love, is a time to celebrate, share and remember love.
While this month is associated primarily with Valentine’s Day, it's apt to highlight the random acts of love we feel or romantic gestures we could show someone else.
We do so with a touch of quirky poetic licence, here, whilst showing our love and appreciation to some of the area's local businesses in the process.
Lane End was recently awarded the 2021 Traveller Review Award.
With the first real snowfall of the year in Lane End, Buckinghamshire and surrounds it can be hard to come up with ways to do activities and safely so. Whether braving the weather, or staying inside where it is safe and cosy, here's our guide to doing 4 things to make your feet and fingers glowing and fill your heart with excitement and contentment.
Although no-one knows exactly what meetings, conferences and training in 2021 will look like, it's fair to assume that these will contain virtual and hybrid elements for some time. With endless Zoom (and the likes) meetings and video calling though, how can you make your content stand out and truly engage with your audience?
Having recently hosted virtual and hybrid charity, academic institution and government body meetings and training, Lane End's hybrid and virtual meeting, conference and training case study explores the essential steps to follow in organising a professional event, highlighting pertinent aspects to consider.
For several industries, the COVID pandemic has been hugely disruptive, and the hospitality sector is no different.
With conferences historically bringing together large numbers of participants from foreign locations, Auria Heanley, co-founder of Oriel Partners, a boutique PA and administrative recruitment company located in Central London explores what small face to face, external, virtually(vr), socially distance and non-residential meetings, conferences and training will look like post-COVID here.
Working from Home? Make Lane End your home...
From as little as £30 a day, work from your own private space offering peace and quiet, in the heart of Buckinghamshire with easy access from Junctions 4 and 5 on the M40 and Junction 9 on the M4.
Each professionally cleaned room offers a work desk, complimentary super-fast high-speed Wi-Fi, private toilet and tea/coffee facilities.
Complimentary car parking on-site, allows you to avoid public transport, if preferred.
We are pleased to be a certified IACC Meetings Green Star conference and meeting venue, demonstrating the highest standards in environmental best practice.
We hope our clients attending business events at Lane End Conference Centre, continue to be assured of our commitment to environmental excellence.