Lime Venue Portfolio confirms new member

Lime Venue Portfolio has joined Kettering Conference Centre. The Midlands based conference centre adds yet another venue in this key location, whilst also continuing to enhance the group’s growing offering of large, purpose built conference and exhibition facilities, which already includes Yarnfield Park Conference & Training Centre, Kents Hill Park Conference & Training Centre and Park Crescent Conference Centre.

Kettering Conference Centre is a modern venue ideal for business events, from conferences and exhibitions, to large scale banqueting, company parties and awards ceremonies. The venue is especially popular with national organisations because of its got a centeral location

“We have seen great growth in demand for the Midlands market and were keen to further strengthen our offering, which we have continued to do. Since adding some smaller, more unique venues such as Twycross Zoo, it’s great to now add Kettering Conference Centre, which offers a very different solution,” commented Jo Austin, sales director, Lime Venue Portfolio. “This is great news for our customers as it means they have another quality option within our portfolio, in a crucial location for business events.”

“We’re delighted to be joining Lime Venue Portfolio and working side by side with their dedicated team,” commented Samantha Dyus from Kettering Conference Centre. “We have fantastic spaces within the venue, with capacities of 2000 for conferencing, and 1500 for dinner and like other venues within the portfolio we certainly offer the unusual, including an Arena and a tiered theatre.”

The arrival of Kettering Conference Centre adds to a year of venue acquisition for Lime Venue Portfolio. The group now stands at more than 89 venues located across the UK.

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Martin Fullard: journalist, presenter, producer. Martin is the Deputy Editor at Conference News and Conference & Meetings World magazines. He leads the digital channels on Mash Media’s Conference Division as well as heading up Mash TV. He is formerly a web editor at a national newspaper in the Middle East and motoring journalist.

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