The QEII Centre are proud to announce that we have won a prestigious award for Best Conference Venue (over 750 theatre style) at this year’s Conference Awards. The award ceremony was held at the Tobacco Dock on Friday 30th June and more than 600 event professionals were in attendance. This is a fantastic accolade for the centre to win amongst our peers but it also shows the continuous progression and success we’re archieving as a team.
We asked our team to tell us how they felt about us winning the award:
Diane Waldron (Director of Sales and Marketing)
We were really delighted to receive further recognition from this year’s Conference Awards and this proves how much we are progressing here at the Centre. It’s fantastic to get the recognition from the industry and our peers.
Mark Green (UK Business Development Manager)
This award means a lot to us as it shows all the hard work, upgrades and transformations that we’ve been doing to make the Centre a more attractive proposition for our clients is working! So, to be recognised with this lovely accolade is fantastic. It also gives me a new story to tell our clients and another piece of silverware in the trophy cabinet.
Stuart Drummond (Event Manager)
I feel it’s a privilege and honour to work in a venue with a great team of professionals and to receive such a prestigious award such as the Conference Award is fantastic.
Catherine Cook (Senior Account Manager)
10 awards and still counting!
Deborah Jones (AV & IT Sales Manager)
I always knew we were great as a team and conference venue. This just goes to show that my predictions always come true.
Roberto Goncalves (Reception Manager)
Conference Award is an incredible honour, particularly given the extraordinary strength of the field this year, but to win against such strong competition is just amazing. I feel humble, but at the same time incredibly proud too.
Donovan Jones (Concierge)
Winning this award gives me great pleasure in knowing that someone, somewhere appreciates the work that we do and motivates me to continue to do a good job.