The Conference Centres of Excellence (CCE) venue marketing consortium has welcomed back Broadway House in London’s Westminster, and Engineers’ House in Bristol into its membership fold.
Both venues are part of the EEF venues group and their re-signing brings the consortium’s membership to 31.
Broadway House is a six-storey Edwardian building directly opposite St James’ Park tube station, and has 12 meeting rooms.
Engineers’ House is a Grade II listed conference centre in Clifton Down, Bristol, and can host 170 delegates.
“We are delighted to welcome Broadway House and Engineers’ House back into the membership. Having previously been part of the group, we know both venues deliver the exceptional levels of facility and service required for all CCE venues, and expand our geographical footprint to provide a wider range of meeting and event venues for our clients,” said marketing manager at CCE, Amanda Stacey.
David Vaughton, director of venues for EEF Venues, said: “All three of our venues are now part of this quality-driven organisation which promotes best practice and a shared ethos of quality and customer care excellence. CCE gives independent players like EEF Venues enhanced marketing resources, as well as strength by numbers. The consortium brings like-minded, specialist venues together under one umbrella to provide a targeted solution for discerning meetings buyers.”
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