Conferencing special report

Conferencing special report

Book now to make it a wonderful winter conference season

At this time of year, good venues are at a premium.

Highlands at the heart of conferencing

SCHEDULED to open on 1 July 2004, the Aviemore Highland Conference Centre (AHCC) looks certain to become one of Scotland’s leading business facilities.

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Leave conference planning to the professionals

ORGANISING a conference or seminar can be a daunting task. From finding and booking a suitable venue through to arranging the stage layout and décor, the to-do list can seem endless.

Keeping in touch with hi-tech solutions

CONFERENCES and seminars play a key role in modern business life. They offer a chance to meet and forge links with people from other companies, create potential new business opportunities, and improve working practices through the sharing of knowledge, information and developments.

Locating a venue: why not push the boat out?

ANY delegate that has attended more than their fair share of conference events may have trouble separating their memories. It can be difficult to recall which event took place at which venue - after a while, they can have an unfortunate tendency to blur into one.

Versatile hi-tech facility that nestles in rural idyll

TO THE west of Edinburgh lies the tranquil parkland that surrounds Heriot-Watt University. It is also home to a purpose-built conference and exhibition venue, the Edinburgh Conference Centre.

Take the Hydro road to find a venue

THERE’S something magnetic about Peebles. Most people who visit tend to return. Just ask Gerard Bony, the general manager of Peebles Hotel Hydro.

Laid-back centre offers a family atmosphere

THE Lodge at Carfraemill is on the site of a community that has flourished for more than 800 years. Run by its co-owner, Jo Sutherland, it is a family concern that is a welcoming watering hole for those who enjoy pulling a trout or two from the Leader burn.

Historic country castle with royal connections

AFTER 12 years as a derelict building, Melville Castle underwent a five-year restoration and is now a luxury hotel that can cater for receptions, conferences and corporate training.

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