Top five corporate events of 2011

C&IT has picked its top five case studies of 2011, featuring incentive trips to South Africa and product launches closer to home.

Top five corporate events of 2011
Top five corporate events of 2011

Mercedes-Benz rewards its Diamond Club members with a Hong Kong incentive in May, organised by DBMT.

View Mercedes-Benz's Hong Kong trip here.

Indesit Company launched new products and celebrated 100 years in London in May, with agency Line Up providing the organisation.

View Indesit Company's London product launch here.

Jaguar UK ran its Sales Dealer and Service Centre of the Year incentive to South Africa with River Marketing Travel and Events in April.

View Jaguar's South Africa incentive trip here.

In July, Phase Eight ran its store manager team-building, workshops and autumn/winter fashion show at the Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington, London.

View Phase Eight's London show here.

Citroen UK hired Zibrant to launch its DS4 model to fleet buyers in July at Kilworth House, Leicestershire.

View Citroen's lanch event here.


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