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London is a great place to book a venue for a meeting or training event, with practically endless choices of facilities. However, many event organisers from outside of London assume that it’s too difficult to coordinate an event in a different city, and stick to local venues – by doing this, they miss out on some great, competitively priced venues.
With its vast array of transport links, the Capital City is more accessible than ever before. For example, London Kings Cross is connected to Leeds, Newcastle and Edinburgh, while London Euston is connected Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Glasgow, as well as many more cities.
Simon Fellows, Rental and Conference Sales Manager at Euston House, located directly opposite Euston Station, said: “Convenience is very important for people attending company meetings, and especially for those attending training events at an unfamiliar venue. The last thing delegates want to worry about is getting lost en route to a venue, which is why more and more event organisers are choosing venues such as Euston House in Central London, with its doorstep transport links”. Euston House is a good example of an excellent value, easily reachable meeting and training venue (www.eustonhouselondon.com).
The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) have been running their training schedule with Euston House for a number of years. Alison McLeish of CMI said: "Having used Euston House for many years, we are very confident about delivering our annual schedule of market leading training events from the facility. We are particularly pleased with the location of the venue, which makes it easy to find for delegates based both inside and outside of London. The staff exhibit top class customer service and are happy to spend time and effort helping our instructors to deliver a top class training course for our delegates. The facility itself, including the training rooms, the 'break-out' areas and the catering options enable us to provide training of the highest standard."