Well Done Well Met – CHS 2018 Award Winners

Well Done Well Met – CHS 2018 Award Winners

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Well Met, the conferencing team at Leeds Beckett University, walked away with a category win and two highly commended recommendations at the 2018 CHS Awards ceremony that took place on Thursday 31 May at The Principal Hotel in Manchester.

The Well Met team were delighted to win the Best Academic Venue Category and were highly commended in both the Best Independent Venue and Best Onsite Audio-Visual categories at the event where over 300 guests and nominees celebrated the best the hospitality industry has to offer.

Judges noted the high calibre of nominations this year and saw a record number of entries for the auspicious CHS Awards.

Clare Vidler Conference Manager at Well Met, said: 

“It’s always a pleasure to get awards and this is fantastic recognition of our venues, onsite facilities and the pretty amazing team here at Well Met who go out of their way to ensure that our customers have everything they need, whatever the event.

“We’re thrilled to receive recognition in these categories at the CHS Awards in the face of such stiff competition.  They will sit very nicely alongside our 2017 Academic Venue, Best Training Venue Award and our LVHA 2017 Team of the Year Award, we might need to invest in a trophy cabinet!”

 

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