The largest international health & beauty retailer in Asia and Europe required a specialist conference venue to host its annual European HR Summit.
Lane End Conference Centre, Buckinghamshire hosted students of Princes Risborough School for a talk on achieving excellence in customer service.
The half-day event brought together sixty year-ten students and senior members from the operations and sales departments of the Bucks-based training venue, with the main purpose of discussing customer service.
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:
Lane End Conference Centre in High Wycombe is set to open its brand new purpose built leisure centre, The Cedar Club, in early May 2015.
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.
With January in full swing, now is a good time to plan which conferences to attend this year.
As well as fun to go to, industry-specific conferences are a great way to get unique insider tips on how to grow your business.
As the name suggests, Teambuild is the UK’s top teambuilding competition with its focus on helping develop the leadership and team co-ordination skills of young professionals in the construction industry. The event is a two-day cross-disciplinary construction contest and has been running for 22 years.
Annual turnover and customer satisfaction are up, completing a stellar year for Lane End Conference Centre.
The Buckinghamshire-based training and meeting venue reported an 18 per cent increase in turnover for the 12 months ended August 2014 compared to the same period in 2013.
Teruko Iwanaga OBE, Chairperson of Lane End Conference Centre and Managing Director of EJEF Study Centre, has been awarded the Japanese Foreign Minister’s Commendation for her contribution to building positive, long-lasting relations between Japan and the UK.