Innocent to join Barclays and Indesit on VisitDenmark's MINDchallenge judging panel

VisitDenmark's 2012 MINDchallenge, supported by C&IT, has secured Innocent's Charlie Heavey as a judge.

Innocent joins Barclays and Indesit on judging panel of C&IT and VisitDenmark's MINDchallenge
Innocent joins Barclays and Indesit on judging panel of C&IT and VisitDenmark's MINDchallenge

The MINDchallenge is open to all UK agencies to enter, and participating teams are asked to respond to a brief to propose an innovative three-day programme for a company conference to take place in Copenhagen. Click here to read the full brief

Take part in the 2012 MINDchallenge and compete against other leading UK event agencies including W&O.

Teams of up to ten people per agency will be asked to present their response to a panel of independent judges – including Heavey, who is Innocent's office manager, Indesit events director Jayson Weston, and Sarah Galea, relationship and events manager, Barclays – appointed by VisitDenmark.

Judging of the UK heat will take place at the REPUBLIC of Fritz Hansen shop in Fitzrovia on Thursday 10th May at 5pm.

Winners of the UK heat will be presented with a Bang & Olufsen BeoSound 8 worth £750 and go on to compete with agencies from North America, Germany, Sweden and Norway on 1st August to be named the overall MINDchallenge 2012 winner and win a meeting for 50 people at the landmark Bella Sky Comwell Hotel in Copenhagen.

Find out more about the challenge here

Last year's challenge saw agencies including W&O, Zibrant, Imagination and Incredibull take part, with Zibrant crowned the winner.

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