Jelf hires Venues Event Management

Financial consultancy Jelf has chosen Venues Event Management to provide its accommodation services.

Jelf hires Venues Event Management
Jelf hires Venues Event Management

Jelf has used Venues Event Management as a preferred supplier of accommodation, meeting and venue finding services since 2009 but has now taken the company on as its sole supplier.

Jelf executive PA Anita Gent said: "We needed to revise our current process for staff accommodation bookings to enable us to better control and monitor activity. Venues Event Management has provided us with an exceptional service over the last three years so we approached them to work with us to create a solution."

Lynn Harman, Venues Event Management client development manager added: "With all bookings coming through Venues Event Management’s consolidated invoicing service, we can provide a number of benefits to Jelf. These include; saving them time and money, giving them greater control and simplifying the process. We are also investigating the possibility of providing travel and online solutions through our parent company Expotel."

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