EEF Venues AIMs for gold, gets two

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EEF Venues’ Broadway House in Westminster and Engineers’ House in Bristol have both achieved a “Gold” score in the nationally recognised Accredited in Meetings (AIM) assessment.

Assessments take place every three years, and this is the second time that each of the venues has received the highest ranking. Only 24 UK venues are currently “Gold” accredited, and these include EEF Venues’ third venue, Woodland Grange in Leamington Spa, which is due to be re-assessed next year.

David Vaughton, director of venues for EEF Venues, said: ” We feel very proud that 12% of all UK venues with the top AIM ranking come under the EEF Venues’ group. Customer service underpins everything we do so this is a great reflection of our teams.”

He added: “There is no doubt that going through the AIM process, with its regular audits and assessments, fuels continuous improvement prevents complacency. It drives a culture of aspiration and innovation and supports staff engagement and motivation, which in turn enhances the customer journey.

“Achieving Gold again is the ultimate benchmark of quality and we view it as a vote of confidence in our facilities, our consistent standards across the group, and particularly, in our people.”

Martin Fullard

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Martin Fullard is the Deputy Editor at Conference News. Formerly a web editor at a national newspaper in the Middle East and motoring journalist.

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