All posts tagged "Mayfair Conference centre"

What's happening at our Central London Conference Venues

Disillusionment and a fascination with human sacrifice

To blog or not to blog seems to be one of the innumerable questions I face daily, is it worth it, well maybe sometimes just to say something. We are just starting the ‘conference season’ what a stupid phrase sounds like ascot or at maybe Chelsea FC. The hard fact is work is hard,  we should be running conferences every single day, well we are that, though certainly the rates...

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Twitter what's the point

Could someone tell me the point of tweeting? Obviously I am missing the point. It seems to me it’s a bit like broadcasting a short email to all and sundry. For us obviously business is life so how do you tweet business, do we just endlessly repeat our name in the vain hope that this gets picked up by Google and then raises our ranking. It all feels a bit...

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Light Work

Last night I dreamt or should I say nightmare(d) that when doing my daily early morning check of the Hallam Conference Centre that when I entered a room flicked on the light switch every single bayonet candle light bulb exploded…I woke with a start, as you imagine. If are familiar with these bulbs they may look attractive in light fittings but they are extremely temperamental and prone to blowing at...

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Light Work

Last night I dreamt or should I say nightmare(d) that when doing my daily early morning check of the Hallam Conference Centre that when I entered a room flicked on the light switch every single bayonet candle light bulb exploded…I woke with a start, as you imagine. If you are familiar with these bulbs you will know that while they may look attractive in light fittings, they are extremely temperamental and prone...

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generate your own

We are running out of ideas as how to further reduce our environmental footprint. One idea being actively investigated by our green group is the possibility of installing some excise bikes at our Hallam Conference Centre, the aim being to link them up to a small generator and help power the place, who knows maybe we could even sell some of the stuff back to the grid. I am not...

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