The Staffordshire Stoke-on-Trent Conference Bureau will be heading to the capital for another round of 21st birthday celebrations at this year’s Meetings Show, from June 13th to 15th.

The Potteries-based Bureau, which has helped to stage “Meetings on a Plate” for countless organisations since 1996 will be found dishing-out cup-cakes on the MIA Pavilion (Stand J200).

Guest of honour at the birthday bash is the Bureau’s recently appointed Conference Co-ordinator, Claire Scott.

Previously the Head of Events at Staffordshire’s Moddershall Oaks, Scott took on her new role at the Bureau in November 2016, and says: “We got the party started at Confex, and it’ll be great to keep that momentum going all the way to The Meetings Show.  The Bureau has built-up such a great profile and reputation for itself over the past 21 years, and our main priority is to make sure it’s ‘business as usual’ as we move forwards into 2017, and beyond.”

Copies of the Bureau’s all-new Meetings on a Plate Conference Guide – introducing new member venues Hoar Cross Hall Spa Resort, Wychwood Park, and Summit Hospitality, as well as full details of all 36 member venues, including World of Wedgwood, National Brewery Centre, Alton Towers Resort and Trentham Monkey Forest – will be available from the stand throughout the show.

The Meetings Show features more than 700 of the finest destinations, hotels, venues, DMCs and technology providers – all of whom will be looking to meet with premium-level buyers and event organisers under one roof.

The Staffordshire Stoke-on-Trent Conference Bureau has also built-up wide-spread recognition for is Venue Finding Service.

The Meetings on a Plate Conference Guide, meanwhile, is packed with all of the information required to plan and book the perfect meeting, at the ideal venue, proving that Staffordshire really is everyone’s cup of tea.

The current edition of the new guide can be obtained from Stand J200 at The Meetings Show from June 13th to 15th.  For further details, visit

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