Ericsson, Intel and Xerox events shortlisted for C&IT IT & Telecoms award

Ericsson, Lenovo and Intel, Xerox and NetApp are among the brands whose events have been shortlisted in the IT & Telecoms Event of the Year category for the inaugural C&IT Excellence Awards.

Entries featured a range of conferences and events in a range of venues and destinations, from Prague to Barcelona, but there can only be one winner.

Find out which event is crowned winner in the business and finance category at the C&IT Excellence Awards event, to be held at the Natural History Museum on 4 November.

There are 19 awards categories in total including Incentive Programme of the Year, Business & Finance Event of the Year, Association Congress of the Year, C&I Technology Innovation Award, and a Grand Prix Award.

See the full shortlist

View our video to get a sneak preview of what to expect at the event

To book your place, visit www.citawards.com

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