imago bigger and even better three years on

imago has gone from strength to strength, to become one of the UK's leading conference centres

15th September 2006 Since launching at the National Venue Show in 2003, imago has gone from strength to strength to become one of the UK's leading conference centres. By unifying Loughborough University's diverse conference activities under a distinctive brand enables imago to offer an unparalleled choice of quality accommodation, catering and meeting venues and the most extensive sport and leisure facilities in the UK. As a result, imago has won major repeat business to host landmark events including the Rugby Football Union's first team events and the British Transplant Games, large corporate events and charity conventions. An £8M development at Burleigh Court confirms the venue as one of the UK's largest residential conference centres, with 26 top specification training rooms for up to 240 delegates, new versatile exhibition areas, 225 4-star hotel standard bedrooms including executive suites and outstanding leisure and spa facilities. The £1.25M refurbishment of imago at Loughborough Campus's Edward Herbert venue creates an exceptional focal point for large scale corporate entertaining, exhibition and conference needs. "Since our launch in 2003, we have invested over £10M on exceptional new facilities to ensure we can cater for all events and budgets," says Emma Boynton, imago's Head of Sales and Marketing. She continues, "In addition, our acquisition of the popular Holywell Park conference centre has opened up even more opportunities to expand our thriving customer base." Whether your conference calls for the last word in luxury with executive bedroom suites and bespoke banqueting in beautifuly presented private dining suites or excellent quality and value room only packages, imago has everything.” imago will launch a new brochure and website to showcase its new facilities at National Venue Show 2006. Join the celebrations at stand L18 where imago will be giving away a free IPOD on the hour, every hour throughout the show.

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