Have your say: C&IT Social Media Survey

Complete our social media survey for a chance to win a two-night break at an Elite Hotel of your choice.

Calling all UK event planners. Are you among the 73% of British Internet users that use social network sites? Take part in our survey and tell us which sites you find most useful and why.

Complete the survey now and be entered into our prize draw for a chance to win a break at an Elite hotel of your choice. One lucky winner will get the opportunity to choose between a two-night stay at one of four luxury properties: Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa, Tylney Hall Hotel, The Grand Hotel and Ashdown Park Hotel.

As an increasing number of B2B events incorporate social media elements, C&IT is conducting a survey to find out whether Facebook, Twitter or Linked In is the most useful social media tool for the events industry.

Or have you discovered the next big thing in social networking? And is it clients or agencies that are driving social media use?
Take part in our survey now and share your views.

According to InSites Consulting, 73% of British Internet users, some 37 million people, use social network sites. Facebook is the most popular site with 64%, 24% of British Internet users use Twitter and Linked In comes third with 21%.

Competition Terms & Conditions
Prize subject to availability

Intention to use prize must be made at booking stage

Available for 12 months, but excludes, Easter, Valentines, The Christmas and New Year period, and bank holiday weekends.

Spa treatment is a 1 hour back massage treatment from the spa’s tariff

Accommodation is in a junior suite with breakfast included. 

Three course Table D’hote Dinner is included on one night and excludes beverages.
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