WIN Conferencing Worth over Pounds 3,000; LLANGOLLEN HOTELS COMPETITION
Byline: By DAVID JONES
QUALITY conferences and seminars have a key role to play in communicating the latest business developments - especially during the current economic climate.
Such an event could be on a corporate level and involve presentations or training or simply be an outside organisation offering the opportunity to pick vital information for the effective delivery of a business or service.
These benefits are just as vital to the public sector to ensure staff are up-to-date with all the latest information in their specific field.
With that in mind the Daily Post today teams up with North Wales' premier hotel chain - Llangollen Hotels Group - to offer conference organisers whether they be in the private, public or voluntary sector the chance to win one of two business conference packages worth in total over pounds 6,000.
The prize consists of either a day conference for up to 100 delegates, including main conference room, breakfast room and stationery, or a 24 hour conference package for 30, with all the above plus food and accommodation. Each package is valued at more than pounds 3,000.
Four runners up will each receive a 50% discount on the booking of a conference, and every entry instantly qualifies for an immediate 25% discount - so everyone's a winner!
All prizes and discounts must be taken between April 1 and September 30 this year. Entry is open to businesses and organisations in the public and voluntary sectors in North or mid Wales.
Stephanie Booth Llangollen Hotels Group managing director, said: "It is a perilous time not just because of the economy but also because of the need for training and team building.
"Conferencing is one tool that can help companies rebuild confidence and get people refocused on the objectives."
Rob Irvine, Daily Post editor, said: "We are sure that many companies within our core readership area will want to enter this competition to make use of these conference packages for the development of their business."
The Bryn Howel and Wild Pheasant Hotels are a part of the Llangollen Hotels Group and both have some the best conferencing facilities in the region.
The Bryn Howel Hotel has a choice of three rooms catering from four up to 200 delegates and g suitable for meetings and conferences ranging from a small board meeting to a large conference and everything in between, inclusive of training sessions.
Set in the spectacular Vale of Llangollen, it is a short distance outside of Llangollen and superbly situated within easy reach the motorway network. …