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Will the Olympics Spoil Conferences?

January 12, 2012

If your organisation holds a large annual conference, prepare yourself for a very different experience in 2012.

A pop up conference centre

A shortage of venues this summer might be just the thing to breathe new life into your next conference

A combination of the Olympics, the Farnborough Air Show and other major events between June and September means that many of the larger hotels and conference centres already have bookings confirmed for this period and are unable to accept large bookings during the summer conference season of 2012.

Whilst this might send a shiver down your conference organiser’s spine, they needn’t panic.This apparent crisis might be just the thing to breathe new life into your next conference.

At Fresh Tracks we’ve been able to identify a number of excellent conference venues with availability along with some ‘alternative’ options such as our ‘Pop Up Conference Centre.’ Inspired by the Pop Up Restaurant movement we have created a conference facility that can literally appear and disappear. Using the grounds of country houses, parks and woodlands we are able to install a variety of high spec tents and camping huts (some with en-suite bathrooms) set around a giant tipi or barn that plays host to the formal presentations and evening entertainment.

Like the best music festivals, precautions can be taken to protect against the varied British weather, with fire pits providing heat, and boardwalks to keep feet dry along with sun screen at every water station. For the few that really can’t face a night under the stars back up hotel rooms can be made available.

To find out more request a call back here or call 0192 082 2220 now.

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