Leading international conference venue Lane End has carried out a major structural refurbishment of one of its key facilities in just three weeks.
The recent selection of Lane End Conference Centre in Buckinghamshire for a significant annual gathering of family doctors has once again focused attention on one of the venue’s core features: the scope it gives organisers to book one of more of its five distinct buildings on an exclusive basis, to optimise privacy and convenience for delegates.
The team at Lane End Conference Centre and Hi 5 Events are in the process of designing and building a number of fixed experiential learning challenges within the grounds at Lane End Conference Centre, due to be completed by April 2011.
The article below was written by Michael Kennedy and appeared in myvenues.co.uk
Positive attitude and out-of-town location boosts prospects for Lane End Conference Centre
Unlike most other venues, Buckinghamshire’s Lane End Conference Centre is experiencing a healthy upturn in enquiries from organisers. It’s the product of a determined response to current market pressures by providing even more value without compromising quality – and a location that’s close to the city but without all its penalties in terms of cost and hassle.
Companies can dramatically cut the cost of conferences and meetings without compromising quality by choosing a residential conference centre outside the city.
Like any other conference venue we have seen many clients come and go over the years, but client retention has always been a priority. I firmly believe that any conference venue is only as strong as its top 10 clients and that is why we take care in looking after our clients; after all, if we don’t someone else will.