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17. 12. 02
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em izaakWaltonB‘I love venues away from the motorways and busy cities… but they don’t have all the facilities we need?’  Maybe that was the case many years ago but not any more – argues Martin Dempster from Trident Hospitality, our guest editor.

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17. 10. 30
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em meetingcentreHinckleyOur guest editor, Martin Dempster, argues that it is always beneficial to look ‘off the beaten track’ when trying to source a venue for an event.

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17. 09. 04
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london montcalmMarbleArchAIt is perfectly possible in this industry to spend most of the working day, not to mention weekends as well attending exhibitions and shows throughout the UK, and indeed around the globe.

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17. 09. 18
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em izaakWaltonBThe beauty of using a quality agency is that they get to know their clients and what makes them tick, or at least they should do!  When said conference organiser asks for something ‘central’ or a ‘countryside’ location, very often the same old venues are trotted out - some very good, or some very complacent - writes Martin Dempster at Trident Hospitality Consultants.

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17. 07. 04
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london royalinstitution1Many moons ago when I worked as an agent and one of my team came up to me and said ‘this client want’s an unusual venue and then proceeded to roll their eyes’ … we’d then offer various exciting options and what were then considered ‘off the wall’ options.. and more often than not the client would decide on sticking to what they knew and always used… but as they say ‘times they are a changing’ !! - writes Martin Dempster at Trident Hospitality Consultants

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