We've been out and about at the city’s key sites to see what choice is available for meeting facilities. Here we’re looking at venues close to the M11 and A14, for travel to Cambridge from the North, South, East and West.
As part of our exclusive behind the scenes interviews, Judith Sloane, Deputy Manager of Meet Cambridge, meets wine expert and Deputy Catering Manager at Sidney Sussex College Steve Borbas.
Being such a small city, Cambridge is easy to navigate but if you don’t know the area too well, where do you start when looking for a venue close to where you need to be?
You’ve booked the venue, planned the menu, chosen speakers and planned the programme. Next on the checklist is to begin the task of promoting and marketing your event.
You’ve found the meeting space and made sure that you have enough bedrooms to accommodate everyone. You’ve also got a great venue earmarked for the conference dinner – but what about the dinner itself?
What a busy year we’ve had! January is an excellent time to take stock, look back at what’s gone well and look forward to forthcoming months. We reached out to our experts in Cambridge and beyond for their insight into what we can expect to see more of...
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