Henley Business School is located in the middle of Reading University and offers 130 hectares of former country estate, featuring conservation meadows and a lake. All sessions and exhibitions will take place in a state-of-the-art building from which it is only a short, level walk to the free car-park, en-suite accommodation and dining hall. The campus has WiFi connectivity. Marilyn Brocklehurst will run a bookshop which will host signings and feature many delegates’ and speakers’ titles. Catering is superb and a wide range of food will be available at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Fairtrade coffee, tea and juices will be served at breaks. The venue is a 30 minute train journey from London.
For details of the Whiteknights campus where the business school is located, including the extensive green space and the layout of the facilities download the campus map.
Whiteknights Campus is 1.5 miles from the M4. Parking available on site. Trains from Paddington to Reading run approximately every 15-20 mins and the average journey time is 30 mins. There are also train connections from across the UK direct to Reading. It is a relatively short bus journey from the rail station to the campus.
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Friday 14 to Sunday 16 September 2012
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“just to say, as a relatively new SOA member, how much I enjoyed and got out of my first CWIG Conference. Well-organised, useful and stimulating (and of course passionate at times)” John Pilkington
“I’d been a bit apprehensive about going on my own to such a big event, but I needn’t have worried. People were friendly and inclusive and I met lots of people, many of whom I’m sure I’ll keep in touch with” Sue Reid
“Everything came together so brilliantly – beautiful campus, packed and stimulating programme, distinguished speakers, great company and even excellent weather” Linda Newbery
“The conference was fantastic – what a buzz!” Mara Bergman
“What a wonderful breath of fresh air to see so many intelligent and articulate people engaging each other in the issues” Jamie Scallion
“packed full of inspirational talks – it was a great get together of kindred spirits, who otherwise spend their time creating in their separate worlds” Shana Nieberg-Suschitzky
“I came away from the conference feeling part of a community which is extremely important to people like myself who work on their own for most of the time.” Mike Brownlow