CCE and Sundial achieve Q1 alchemy

Seven Conference Centres of Excellence (CCE) member venues have achieved the BDRC Continental VenueVerdict Gold Standard accreditation following ongoing assessment of customer feedback during the year from April 2013 to March 2014.

Over 22,000 individual pieces of feedback were collated to determine the VenueVerdict Q1 results, the consortium reports. The seven CCE gold accredited venues are:

  • Broadway House, London
  • Farncombe Conference Centre, Cotswolds
  • Engineers House, Bristol
  • Woodland Grange, Warwickshire
  • The Manor House, Surrey
  • The Møller Centre, Cambridge
  • The Beardmore Hotel and Conference Centre, Glasgow

CCE Marketing Manager Amanda Stacey said: “We use a number of quality criteria for our member venues, ensuring that they consistently provide excellent quality standards in terms of dedicated facilities, exceptional food, superior staff expertise, and overall event experience. BDRC Continental’s VenueVerdict provides independently gathered, genuine feedback from customers and once again we are delighted to have a number of venues achieving the Gold Standard.”

Sundial Group’s Northamptonshire meeting venue, Highgate House, and Warwickshire meeting venue, Woodside, also both received ‘VenueVerdict’s Gold Standard Accreditation’ for Q1. MD Tim Chudley, said: “We are very pleased to have been awarded the prestigious Gold Standard accreditation and it is all the more rewarding given that this is the result of consistent feedback from our customers. This type of recognition is testament to the dedication and hard work of everyone at Sundial who are always committed to delivering a positive customer experience.”
 
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