If you’re looking to provide delegates with a unique conference experience away from the usual uninspiring locations, then look no further than the south west of England

Universities are continually investing in their venues, accommodation and event services to offer a unique package for conference organisers, writes the University of Edinburgh

As London celebrates winning the C&IT Best Conference Destination for the fourth year in a row, we look at why the UK’s capital has the best ingredients to make any conference a huge success

Bath, Bournemouth and Bristol are three destinations on the South West coast that offer a unique collection of conference and event venues, excellent dining options, and idyllic scenery

Brighton and Eastbourne are premier destinations for conferences and events. They are close to London and offer delegates an excellent dose of business and pleasure

As well as being surrounded by breathtaking countryside, Kent offers a selection of remarkable conference and event venues in both new and traditional settings

As government spending cuts are expected to decrease the number of events the government holds, the Meetings Industry Association is helping the meetings and events industry achieve ongoing stability

Birmingham is hosting eight party political conferences in five years, putting it firmly on the map as a preferred destination for political gatherings. Meet Birmingham finds out more

Get ready to discover the trendiest, newest and most exciting venues and suppliers in the events industry at this year’s Event UK at the NEC in Birmingham from 21-22 September 2010

Just north of London, and boasting countryside, sea, charming towns and cities, the East of England is a great choice for your next public sector event

Culture, style and an ever-changing landscape make Liverpool and the region a first choice destination for conferences and events

Taking place annually, The Energy Event is held at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham on the 8th and 9th of September.

With an exciting blend of culture, history and commerce, not to mention a varied, innovative and impressive range of venues, Manchester provides the perfect setting for any event, from a small meeting to a conference or convention for up to 19,000 delegates

East Anglia is the perfect mix of soft and gentle countryside, ancient cities, charming towns, with a very quirky individuality

Scotland has much to offer event organisers – stunning locations, state of the art facilities, value for money and easy access.

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