Monday, June 24, 2024

Nottingham Venues shortlisted for Best Venue at national awards

Nottingham Venues has been named as a finalist at the 2024 Conference and Events Awards.

The company, which operates a collection of hospitality destinations located on the University of Nottingham’s campuses – including the 4* Orchard Hotel & Restaurant, The East Midlands Conference Centre, the Jubilee Hotel and Conferences and Campus Venues –  has been shortlisted in the Best Venue (500-1100 attendees Theatre Style) category.

The Conference and Events Awards are the event industry’s pinnacle of recognition. The annual awards celebrate and champion everyone involved in the events industry including conference and trade-show organisers, in-house events teams, event, PR & marketing agencies and the venues themselves.

Tom Waldron-Lynch, General Manager at Nottingham Venues, said: “We’re extremely excited to have made the shortlist for Best Venue over 500 attendees. We believe we are not just another venue as we offer an unparalleled guest experience, and this is such a boost for the whole team.

“Given the breadth of our offering, we provide good options for large-scale events and conferences, which makes our venues perfect for corporate events, weddings, academic conferences, sports camps, and faith-based gatherings, among others. We’re really looking forward to the awards ceremony in July.”

The Best Venue (500-1100 attendees Theatre Style) award is given to the Best Conference or Event Venue that caters for larger audiences of over 500. Judges will be looking for innovation, expertise and success in all areas including first-class interior design and facilities; flexible and versatile spaces to adapt to clients’ requirements; modern equipment and technology and superb acoustics; excellent customer service and support; competitive pricing and value for money and outstanding catering for event attendees.

The winners will be announced at the lunchtime Awards Ceremony at City Central at the HAC, London on Friday 5th July.

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