Butlin’s Conference and Events joins the HBAA

Posted in News on 22 January, 2018

Butlin’s Conference and Events has joined the HBAA, the leading association for the events and hospitality industry.

The HBAA has more than 300 member organisations including over 80 agency and 225 venue members who work collaboratively in the accommodation, meetings and events sector.
Butlin’s Conference and Events, with resorts located in the coastal towns of Bognor Regis, Minehead and Skegness, can provide stunning backdrops for large scale events. From their large-scale entertainment venues, theatres and meeting rooms through to the use of their fairgrounds, themed restaurants and outdoor activities, the resorts really are an Event Manager’s playground. The resorts have successfully run events for up to 1,600 delegates, and have hosted clients such as Holland & Barrett, Argos, Sainsburys, Virgin Atlantic and Sony.

The HBAA drives, promotes and models good business between its members. It champions best practice, ethical working and sound commercial judgement, making HBAA membership the mark of quality assurance for the sector. It operates a Code of Practice which assures best practice between agents, hotels and venues.

Ellie Jones, Agency Sales Manager, said: “I am a huge supporter of the HBAA and what the association stands for within the MICE industry. Having been both an agency member and venue member in my previous roles, there was no question about signing up Butlin’s to be members of the HBAA. With access to such a great support network of industry professionals, along with the many other benefits of being part of the HBAA, we look forward to a long and engaging relationship with the association.”

Louise Goalen, Chair of the HBAA said: “It’s great that Butlin’s Conference & Events has joined the HBAA. I’d like to welcome them to the association and look forward to meeting many of the team at our future member events.”

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