To become a member of the consortium, The Grade II listed mansion, Keele Hall, completed an inspection by Board Members of Venues of Excellence, meeting with key members of the Management Team to review all aspects of the business when delivering conferences and events to the MICE markets.
Claire Snape, Deputy Director – Estates & Development (Residential and Commercial Services) on receiving confirmation of membership said: “Joining a consortium such as Venues of Excellence underpins our dedicated team of conference professionals who work within Keele Hall to deliver events throughout the year to both our internal University clients and to our external commercial clients. In addition to the accreditation, our membership will enable us to network within the consortium and enjoy the full range of benefits from training opportunities to study tours, networking events to showcasing at key exhibitions within the MICE industry.”
The accreditation of membership to Venues of Excellence enhances the venues association with hospitality associations recognised by event managers when sourcing suitable venues to host their conference programmes.
Venues of Excellence currently has 31 member venues from Scotland to the South West of England, all delivering outstanding levels of customer care for the MICE markets.