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GALLERY70 . www.conference-news.co.uk . May 2012May The Meetings Industry Association (MIA) released its MIA-List 2012, at a lunch at BMA House, London on 19 March. Incoming MIA Chairman, Gary Payne, announced the list of "true heroes of the industry, nominated by the industry".MIA's AGM and the MIA List 2012Former CEO of The Westminster Collection (TWC), René Dee, enjoyed an offi cial farewell into retirement at the Doubletree Hilton Hotel London, 22 March. TWC's Rene Dee retirement drinks

2012May 2012 . www.conference-news.co.uk . 70 NEXT ISSUEConferenceNewsPlease send any information, news and submissions for the Editor's attention to pcolston@mashmedia.net Advertising enquiries to Paul Davies: pdavies@mashmedia.netWhere can you take your conference or event offshore in the UK, far from the meeting crowds?The UK has a rich inventory of islands off the mainland which can provide a unique experience for delegates with a spirit of adventure.From the upmarket Channel Islands' conferencing venues, through to holiday villages off season on the Isle of Wight and the remote appeal of the Scottish Isles.And if your meeting topic is offshore investments, maybe the Isle of Man is your meetings money bag?CN's June issue looks at the offshore options in the British Isles.Islands in the meetings stream