For the fourth year in a row, multinational corporation Aon plc specialists in risk management, insurance and HR solutions chose Lane End to launch their Early Careers Development programme.
Are meetings the bane of your life? You’re not the only person who feels this way. Workers the world over dread seeing that little appointment card in their mailbox because they just know that another boring meeting is on the way.
More and more people are making use of social media in the events sphere and there are lots of important reasons why. This infographic indicates exactly why and how to use social media at events.
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.
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.