As the world unites to celebrate International Women’s Day on Friday March 8, calling for a more gender balanced world, Lane End Conference Centre celebrates the phenomenal woman at its helm, Chairperson, Teruko Iwanaga OBE.
We’re proud to announce that we’ve started Lane End Conference Centre’s 50th year in business on a high.
The IACC is an international community of likeminded business professionals representing the top 1% of conference venues globally. Lane End Conference Centre has been a member since 2015 and honoured to be associated with a group of people dedicated to shaping the future of the meetings industry.
Lane End continues to delight customers with an NPS 41.27% above the national average!
An exciting year for Lane End begins with joining the Venues of Excellence membership organisation.
Event organisers are looking to engage further with their audience by making events more interactive, according to Lane End Conference Centre.
More than 50 clients joined lane End Conference Centre last week for a sun blessed evening of prosecco, food and entertainment.
Supported by Drum Café, a key partner of the Buckinghamshire based venue, the event provided an opportunity for all the guests to take part in a live drumming experience using African drums.
The event made the most of a balmy summer’s evening with pre-dinner prosecco served in the venue’s 26 acres of parkland. Guests were then treated to Drum Café’s entertainment before sitting down to enjoy a lavish three course dinner.
Lane End Conference Centre, the Buckinghamshire based meetings venue will be showcasing the results of more than £2.5 million invested over the last five years when it exhibits at The Meetings Show on stand J200 between 13th-15th June at Olympia, London.
Lane End Conference Centre, a Buckinghamshire based conference and team-building venue, has confirmed its £2.5 million investment into its facilities over the past three years, has now been completed. Perhaps the most important addition to the facility is a brand-new reception building which gives a central focus for the five distinct and unique, purpose-built modular self-contained buildings across the site.
Lane End Conference Centre, the Buckinghamshire-based training and conference venue, recently hosted two principal retreat weekends and a week-long teacher training event for The Pauline Quirk Academy of Performing Arts (PQA).
Lane End Conference Centre will welcome back the bright, young film-makers from the National Film and TV School (NFTS) in March and April this year, for the fifth year running. With over 300 applications a year to the academy, a stringent recruitment process, and only 66 places available, the NFTS attracts the best students, tutors and film-makers from around the globe, and is renowned for its Masters students, some of whom have gone on to major success in the film and television industries, winning Oscars and Baftas.
As part of a targeted approach to position the venue as a key partner for healthcare sector events, Lane End Conference Centre has undertaken the assessment and training programme part of the Healthcare-Venues.com solution.