CV Life to expand presence in conference sector
An operator of cultural and leisure venues across Coventry is seeking to expand its presence in the conference sector after reaffirming its support to the city’s destination management organisation (DMO).
CV Life, which operates venues including The Wave, Coventry Transport Museum and the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, has renewed its patron membership with Destination Coventry.
The move comes as Destination Coventry, through its Conference Coventry and Warwickshire brand, has started to support CV Life with managing enquiries for its conference facilities.
Conference Coventry and Warwickshire is the region’s convention bureau and supports meeting, conference and exhibition enquiries.
CV Life has space for meetings and conferences across all its venues throughout Coventry, including at its leisure facilities at Xcel Leisure Centre, Centre AT7, The Alan Higgs Centre and Moat House Leisure Centre.
Jane Murphy, corporate dat CV Life, said: “We have hosted events in our unique venues for many years, but we know that we can do more to make the most of their potential as exceptional conference and meeting spaces.
“We have seen significant benefits from working in partnership with Destination Coventry and other organisations in the city, and this has been proven with the continued success of Dippy in bringing visitors in the city.
“By working in partnership again with Destination Coventry, we are targeting growth in the conferencing sector, whether that is an industry conference, product launch, or corporate gathering.”
Paul Jones, Managing Director of Destination Coventry, added: “CV Life counts some of the city’s most important and well-known venues in its portfolio, and we are delighted that they have reaffirmed their commitment as Patron members.
“Our team is working closely with CV Life to maximise the benefits of conference enquiries into their venues and the added-value that can be brought to an event when being held in one of Coventry’s premier sport or cultural venues.”