News: Highgate House voted most admired venue by its competitors
Highgate House, Northamptonshire
Members of the Conference Centres of Excellence, the UK's leading consortium of specialist venues, have voted Highgate House the venue they most admire outside of the consortium.
Submissions were invited from all members of the CCE for its second annual awards ceremony which took place on 18 July 2013.
Highgate House was crowned winner in the category ‘non-member venue most admired by Conference Centres of Excellence', a special category which enabled members to express opinions on third party organisations outside of the consortium.
Anthony Lishman, Executive Director of CCE, said:
"As a consortium that prides itself on the quality of its membership, we feel it is only right that we champion quality across our sector. Our aim, in making this award, is to recognise venues that consistently rise to the challenge of delivering high levels of service and innovation. In our members' view, Highgate House demonstrates these qualities and we are delighted to be associated with a venue that continues to be at the forefront of our sector."
Tim Chudley, Managing Director of Highgate House, said:
"We were delighted to be voted the venue most admired by CCE members. To be held in such high esteem by our competitors makes us incredibly proud. Such recognition is testament to the dedicated team at Highgate House who focus daily on providing excellent conference facilities and service for our customers and do much for our reputation in the process."
About Conference Centres of Excellence (CCE)
Conference Centres of Excellence is the only sales and marketing consortium in the UK with a wide range of dedicated meeting, training and conference centres, covering a geographical area from the south east of England to Scotland.
Its members, who include many of the country's most respected providers, all offer staff and facilities dedicated to the process of communications with exceptional value for money packages that are genuinely all-inclusive.