One of the very first things a client or delegate will discuss when looking back on a meeting, conference or event they have just attended will be the catering. The quality of catering can often be the difference between memorable and forgettable.
Choosing a venue to host your next conference or event, especially over a number of days, can be a difficult decision. Cost, location, catering and the spaces themselves play a huge part in the decision making process but often it can be the little unique touches that win the business.
In an ever-changing industry it is integral to remain at the top of the game which is why Lane End’s continued investment and development is having a great impact.
We recently caught up with loyal client Alan Francis who is once again holding an event here at Lane End Conference Centre next month. We discuss the exciting event and why he keeps coming back to us here in Buckinghamshire.
After a long day of meetings, conferences and business, sometimes it is good to relax and unwind. It can be a key element in keeping delegates fresh and motivated.
Have you ever played FootGolf?
The answer is probably no and we wouldn’t be surprised. FootGolf’s origins are a little unclear but it is a relatively new sport having been around since early 2009 and it has already started to make waves across the globe. In fact, the sport’s first World Cup was held in 2013 and there’s even an official governing body (Federation for International FootGolf) but the best news is that we now have a 9-hole course ready for action here at Lane End Conference Centre!
Mary Berry is special guest for South Bucks Charity Support Group's 21st anniversary at Lane End Conference Centre24th Jun 2015
Mary Berry speaks at the Pavilion at Lane End Conference Centre - The South Bucks arm of the National Osteoporosis Society’s Support Group network celebrated its 21st anniversary on Thursday 18th June at a sell-out event with special guest and Patron, Mary Berry.
Attending a Conference? Read these five tips first
Industry Conferences are purposely designed to deliver maximum information in a minimum amount of time.
With so much going on from keynote speeches and themed sessions to work shops and demos it’s important to plan your time.
Whether you’re presenting to a big potential client or a group of post-lunch delegates, it’s important to captivate your audience.
To avoid people hitting the snooze button early, here are six ways to make your presentation more compelling:
The first convention centres can be traced back to mid-19th century Britain. Commonly known as exhibition halls, the centres were designed to bring together people to discuss and explore their mutual interest of a subject. These imposing Victorian buildings often covered several acres and were multi-functional incorporating lecture halls, libraries, galleries, theatres and exhibition areas.
Lots of companies set aside time and budget for staff training and development.
But why is investing in new skills so important?
It is always a good idea to start the New Year with planning which industry conferences to attend.