Lane End Conference Centre has received a glowing report following the Ovarian Cancer Association Consortium’s (OCAC) recent event at the Buckinghamshire-based venue.
Buckinghamshire-based Lane End Conference Centre has been awarded Gold status in the IACC Green Star Certification programme.
Last week we wrote about having to say goodbye to an old friend but with Carolyn Worral’s retirement comes the great news that we can welcome Anisha Kishore onto the Lane End team.
Saying goodbye to any member of staff is always difficult, but even more so when they are so integrated into the Lane End family. Carolyn Worrall worked here for 16 years before her retirement at the end of March. She was an exceptional Conference and Events Executive and a real role model for those looking to carve out a successful career in the industry.
Meetings, event and training specialists Lane End Conference Centre has strengthened its catering team with the appointment of Sous Chef, Mohammed Munir Bhatti.
New business has got to be one of the most important aspects of any venue’s strategic plan, but it’s the art of retaining your clients that truly holds the key to success – something we’re proud to have achieved over the years.
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Lane End Conference Centre, located in Buckinghamshire, is to host an APCER Life Sciences event for a fourth consecutive year.
The week-long medical conference, which will take place in July 2016, is a key part of APCER’s annual business strategy and provides key training opportunities, education and open forums. The event will make use of both The Pavilion and Wycombe Lodge with delegates staying on-site for the week.
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.
Biffa Waste Services Ltd, the UK’s leading integrated waste management company, chose Lane End Conference Centre as its venue of choice for its IT, Transformation and MI Conference.
Buckinghamshire-based Lane End Conference Centre has achieved the VenueVerdict’s Gold Standard accreditation.