New GM for Warwick Conferences Conference Park

Warwick Conferences announced at
International Confex in London that it has
appointed a new General Manager for its new Conference Park.

Clive Singleton takes on the role,
transferring from his previous position in charge of the University’s food and
drink operation.

The Conference Park is the new kid on the branding block for the
University’s meetings facilities and associated buildings and services,
including 300 meeting rooms, 1,200 bedrooms, 600sqm of exhibition space and the
largest arts centre outside London, the Warwick Arts

Park is now combined with the
purpose-built Scarman, Radcliffe and Arden training and conference

“A core element of my brief,” says
Singleton, “is to develop our proposition to ensure best use of the University’s
campus assets outside of term time, increasing Conference Park’s contribution to Warwick
Conferences’ £22m turnover.

Alan Robinson, Warwick Conferences
Director of Training and Conference Centres, welcomed Singleton’s appointment
and noted: “Significant investment has been made at the Conference Park in the
last few years, not least the £6.9m refurbishment of Butterworth Hall and with
further investment committed and works in progress, the venue’s future is in
safe hands.”

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Paul Colston

Managing Editor, Conference News & Conference & Meetings World.

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