Conference Centres of Excellence appoints vice chair

Conference Centres of Excellence (CCE) has appointed EEF Venues managing director David Vaughton as vice chair of its management board.

Conference Centres of Excellence appoints vice chair
Conference Centres of Excellence appoints vice chair

Vaughton will work closely with the current chairman Richard Harrison and board members to develop the consortium’s growth strategy before taking on the role of chairman in 2012.

He is responsible for EEF Venues’ portfolio of five venues including Woodland Grange in Warwickshire and Broadway House in Westminster.
Vaughton said: "I am delighted to be invited to contribute to the consortium’s continued development and promotion of the conference centre concept."  
Harrison added: "David’s appointment and focus on quality reflects EEF’s own standards at its venues and he will add significant value to our promotion of specialist conference and  training providers and the unique associated benefits."

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