Standing proudly in the heart of Leeds, The Queens is the ideal venue for your next conference or event. All our meeting rooms are spacious and flexible and coupled with this; we offer state-of-the-art technology, professional and efficient service, the highest standards of cuisine and free WiFi for all guests and visitors.www.QConferences.co.uk The QueensLeedsTo book your next meeting call us on 0113 243 1323 or enquire online at www.QConferences.co.ukThe perfect venue is closer than you think.Book any conference, meeting or event over £10,000 and receive an iPad2 or £400 shopping vouchers!*Remember to quote 'iPad' on your initial enquiry! Visit www.QConferences.co.uk/iPadofferfor more information.*Term and conditions apply. 16 versatile conference and meeting rooms for up to 600 delegates . 215 spacious bedrooms . Free WiFi throughout the hotel . City centre location with private, covered access directly into Leeds rail station . Just 12 miles from Leeds Bradford Airport . 80 on-site car parking spaces . QClub at the Queens: The first dedicated business floor in the city with 18 executive bedrooms and an exclusive loungeWant to earn rewards on all the events you book with QHotels? Visit www.QConferences.co.uk/rewards
GALLERYJune 2012 . www.conference-news.co.uk . 63 Manchester Live Representatives from 37 venues across Manchester met in London for 'Manchester Live'. MD of Visit Manchester, Paul Simpson, said: "The Roof Gardens in Kensington is an incredible venue and our guests were able to enjoy the surroundings while networking with the city's hotels, venues and service providers."Summer Eventia 2012Industry association Eventia delivered two days of content, debate and networking for 200 delegates at Kings Place recently.The event was brought forward by three months to avoid a clash with the Olympics. It saw 39 speakers participate in 18 sessions including on the impact of the London 2012 Games.Conference and Hospitality Show 2012The show signed off its third annual event with what the organiser claims is the "UK's fi rst meetings industry fl ashmob". The one-day exhibition, held at Leeds United Football Club, enlisted exhibitors and venue staff to partake in joint singing and dancing for its 'hospitality hour'.