Kent, Simon
March 2003
Training Magazine;Mar2003, p26
Trade Publication
Focuses on considerations made by training course organizers in selecting venues with training facilities in Great Britain. Trends within the British training function; Facilities offered at Hayley Conference Centers in Wotton House, Dorking; Strategies used by venue management company IBR; Information on the training initiative launched by Hilton Hotels; Services offered by Initial Style Conferences.


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