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In the three years since opening its first urban conference center in Manhattan, the company has expanded to three locations with combined space of 110,000 square feet, making Convene the largest dedicated off-site meeting provider in New York City.
All meeting rooms are designed to the highest specifications and will also be ideal to cater to exhibitors needs including media centres, VIP or buyers lounges, seminars, conference break-out areas, off-site meetings and training spaces for corporates.
The West Midlands-based Confederation of British Metalforming (CBM) has devised a scheme with Walsall Business Partnership (WBP), which targets teachers through summer-time factory tours and off-site meetings - then encourages them to include their new knowledge in school timetables.
Innovation is not a task, project or something you only do at an off-site meeting.
It is also the perfect venue for off-site meetings and conferences with light, airy facilities, on site parking and spacious grounds.
I had known the owner and his company for several years when I was invited to come to an off-site meeting with him.
area to introduce Connect by Hertz -- a fleet of four SmartWay cars that will be available for employees who use public transportation or carpool to commute to the office, but need a car to run an errand or attend an off-site meeting mid-day.
Fujioka estimated it would cost an extra $13,100 each time the supervisors held an off-site meeting.