When I first started working in the industry neither residential nor non-residential training centres had the best of reputations. More often than not they were either bleak, purpose-built buildings in city centres or old manor houses, schools and the like, bought cheap by organisations for internal use and then given a lick of paint and little else.
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One of the biggest changes I’ve seen in my working life is the trend for businesses to constantly question how they do things. Until 10 or so years ago the status quo was there to be respected and adhered to. Now by contrast the term disruptive is very much in vogue. Everyone is being challenged to do things differently and rip up the existing model. In short – If it ain’t broke fix it anyway. The need for change is now constant.
Read more on Ch-Ch-Changes – Forecasting a Disruptive Future for Travel and Meetings…
What if I told you I could save your organisation 32% of your meeting spend, just like that?
It’s certainly a headline grabbing figure, and in today’s business environment it’s one that many couldn’t choose to ignore, particularly for companies who spend more than £2 million a year on external venues for their learning and development programmes.
But what if I also told you that saving money could also lead to a better learning experience for those attending your events? And is it true, can you really cut meeting spend and make a better meeting?