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Conferences & Events Features

personal assistant taking notes
28th March 2018
We all know that being a PA is demanding. The late nights, the impossible deadlines, the juggling of a hundred tasks at any one moment. Stress is inevitable, but it doesn’t have to be disruptive. To help you get the most out of your job and look forward to Mondays we’ve compiled these tips to ease stress and be the best PA you can be:
Meeting Room at Student Central with chairs in a circle
08th January 2018
We’ve all been to, and organised, meetings that have overrun or not gone according to plan. We’ve pulled together our 10 top tips to running better meetings to help ensure that your future meetings are efficient, enjoyable and most importantly productive.
Three Venues Student Central Garden Halls Senate House
22nd November 2017
New-look brand; new amazing venues. The successful events company Senate House Events has changed its name to University of London Venues. As well as recognising our close affiliation with the University of London, we’ve incorporated two more outstanding venues to our portfolio – Garden Halls and Student Central. 
Introducing our collection of meeting rooms at University of London Venues
29th October 2017
University of London Venues is excited to announce the addition of 38 centrally-located London meeting rooms to its roster. These fully-equipped and airy spaces are located across our unique venues -  Senate House, Garden Halls and Student Central – and are available to book now. 
09th June 2017
Senate House’s location at the heart of the academic community in Bloomsbury means that conferences are a regular feature of our events programme. In this post, we take a closer look at how the traditional format of the academic conference can benefit from innovations in the wider events industry.  What does an academic conference look like?
Facebook logo and two silhouettes
10th February 2017
Facebook has revolutionised the way the event industry functions.  It is well suited to our social industry; it is powerful as a promotional tool and a marketing platform. It provides vital information for event seekers allowing you to connect directly to your customer base.  
Senate House Foyer
10th May 2016
Delivering a large-scale event is immensely rewarding however, the bigger event, the bigger everything else needs to be. You need to upscale time, budgets, teams and resources accordingly and therefore, planning in advance becomes even more vital.
Charity Events
31st March 2016
Fundraising events are a big investment so it’s vital to ensure they deliver the best possible return for your good cause. And whilst every donor is important, high-value donors are especially important if you want to raise awareness of your event and the work you do and ultimately ensure you meet those all-important financial targets.
Academic Conferences
09th March 2016
A successful academic conference is the result of a major time investment, detailed planning and a good dose of enthusiasm.   This guide outlines the important phases of conference planning to help you get the organisational and administrative tasks under control, as well as advice to help you promote and run your academic conference.
Twitter logo and Twitter hashag
12th February 2016
Six thousand tweets are sent every second so you need to think creatively when marketing your event on Twitter if you want to stand out. It’s no longer enough to send out a few tweets letting people know when your event is, you need to spark their interest, get their attention and their trust before your event starts to sell out.

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