George P Johnson scoops Eventia Platinum Award for Cisco Live

George P Johnson picked up the Platinum Award at the Eventia Awards on friday night, which featured entertainment from X Factor's Johnny Robinson, who was a huge hit with the crowd.

 

The awards, held at the Hilton Park Lane, attracted some 700 people from the events industry and was hosted by Alistair McGowan.

Other notable winners of the evening included Smyle, which bagged the Gold Award for Agency of the Year, along with two Silver Awards and Two Bronze Awards for its work and Event Assured managing director Brian Kirsch, who picked up the Outstanding Achievement Award for his work as head of Eventia’s Regulation Committee.

Prudential won In House Event Team of the Year, while TRO Group won the Gold for Creative Use of Technology, Best Experiential Event went to RPM Ltd and Jack Morton Worldwide picked up Gold for Best Product Launch.

Full list of winners:

Platinum winner: George P Johnson
Agency of the year: Smyle
Best event in a public space:   Natural History Museum
Best celebratory event: K-Events
Best hospitality event: Slice
Best team-building event: The Circle Agency
Best product launch (UK/International):  Jack Morton Worldwide
Best conference (UK/International): George P Johnson
Best incentive/motivation (UK): River Marketing 
Best incentive/motivation (International): River Marketing
Best experiential event (as part of an experiential campaign): RPM
Event hotel of the year (250-750 capacity): Center Parcs, Longleat Forest 
Event hotel or venue of the year (over 750 capacity): Sheffield City Hall
Technical supplier of the year: XL Events
Creative use of technology: TRO
Creative service supplier of the year: Lumacoustics
Planning and logistics supplier: Gallowglass
Best integrated event communication campaign: Ignite
Most effective ROI: MEMS International
Best corporate responsibility initiative of the year: Grass Roots
Venue event team of the year: The Brewery
In house event team of the year: Prudential

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