Steven Edwards a former student of Lane End Conference Centre’s Head Chef Mike Day has been crowned the overall winner of MasterChef: The Professionals 2013.
Steven, 27, originally trained under Mike as an apprentice at the Burnham Beeches Hotel, Windsor.
Steven Edwards, a former apprentice of Lane End Conference Centre’s Head Chef Mike Day, is through to the final of MasterChef: The Professionals.
Steven, 26, who was mentored by Mike at the Corus Hotels Chefs’ School in 2003, has been chosen as one of four finalists in the televised cookery competition.
A world-leading media and entertainment company selected Lane End Conference Centre to host its team building event in November.
18 members of the media giant who deliver films, programmes and news to a global audience - converged at the residential conference centre in Buckinghamshire for their quarterly team away day.
Jessops, well-known photographic retailer and phoenix of the beleaguered British high street, held its 2013 Christmas Conference at Lane End Conference Centre, Buckinghamshire.
After going into administration in early 2013, the Jessops brand was bought by a consortium of buyers led by business entrepreneur and star of Dragons’ Den, Peter Jones.
‘Video conferencing is booming amongst businesses’ says Lane End Conference Centre.
The leading conference venue in Buckinghamshire one of the largest specialist conference centres in the UK has seen a steep rise in companies using video conference technology in the past 12 months.
The Royal Veterinary College (RVC) held its first experiential learning event at Lane End Conference Centre in September.
Around 60 undergraduate students and staff from RVC, Bristol, Nottingham, Liverpool, Edinburgh and Glasgow Universities took part in the three-day Veterinary Team Leadership and Professionalism course at the Buckinghamshire training venue.
Lane End Conference Centre is relaunching its Wycombe Lodge building as a dedicated Executive Training Centre.
Lane End has also again been awarded the VenueVerdict Gold Standard for customer service.
European Independent Purchasing Company (EIPC) Ltd - a non-profit-making organisation owned by SUBWAY franchisees in Europe - held its annual summer event at Lane End Conference Centre for the second consecutive year.
Delegates were briefed on all the new plans for EIPC, which has delivered more than £111 million in benefit to SUBWAY franchisees across Europe over the last 12 years.
Well known soprano Charlotte de Rothschild has returned to Lane End Conference Centre to perform in a special concert titled Music For A Summer Day.
Charlotte performed for a select group of Japanese visitors, local business people, staff and friends of the Buckinghamshire-based Conference Centre.
This was her first appearance at Lane End since the 2011 concert in aid of victims of the Tohoku earthquake in Japan.
The event was organised by Teruko Iwanaga OBE, chairperson of Lane End Conference Centre and CEO of its sister company EJEF (The Euro Japanese Exchange Foundation).
Lane End Conference Centre is embarking on a new round of refurbishments to further enhance the quality experience for delegates.
Wycombe Lodge - one of five self-contained buildings at the popular UK conference centre - is to undergo a major makeover that will include new larger dining facilities.
Thousands of delegates has benefited from superfast broadband at Lane End Conference Centre since it implemented a direct fibre optic link exactly a year ago.
The popular international conference centre boasts high speed broadband which is rated Grade A+ and faster than 99% of the UK’s broadband provision.
Lane End Conference Centre has developed an internal quality management system to measure performance - especially customer satisfaction.
The purpose-built conference centre - which has been nominated for national awards again this year - launched the system to drive up standards as part of a continuous improvement culture.