Delegates to experience London’s elite club scene at European Conference on Club Management 

As excitement builds for the European Conference on Club Management in London on the 22-24 September, CMAE is delighted to announce delegates attending will have the unique opportunity to explore and network in some of London’s most prestigious city clubs, adding an exclusive touch to this premier club industry event.

The Caledonian Club, Lansdowne Club, RAC Club, and the Travellers Club will host delegates during the three days of education and networking sessions providing an insider’s look into the sophisticated world of these iconic city clubs.

Nestled in the heart of Belgravia, the Caledonian Club boasts a rich heritage and elegant surroundings, providing a taste of Scottish charm in the heart of London.

The Lansdowne Club is renowned for its eclectic mix of historic and contemporary stylish décor and exquisite art, offering delegates a glimpse into the city’s exclusive social scene.

Tucked away in the heart of St. James’s, the Travellers Club offers an intimate and refined setting, providing delegates with an exclusive look into one of London’s oldest and most prestigious clubs.

The Royal Automobile Club is a historic institution synonymous with sophistication and motoring remaining at the heart of the club.

“London’s exclusive club culture is an integral part of our conference experience this year, and we are thrilled to provide our delegates with the opportunity to step inside these iconic establishments,” commented CMAE CEO Torbjorn Johansson. “The opportunity to visit these venues will undoubtedly make the European Conference on Club Management an unforgettable event.”

Registration for the conference is open, and interested individuals are encouraged to secure their spots with an early bird delegate rate available until 31st March.

Delegates can book their place by visiting