RPM scoops Platinum accolade at Eventia Awards

RPM has won this year's Eventia Platinum Award at the annual event, which featured entertainment from X Factor stars Ella Henderson and District 3.

RPM scoops the Eventia Platinum Award 2012
RPM scoops the Eventia Platinum Award 2012

Held on 30 November at the Hilton Park Lane, the annual awards event attracted around 700 guests.

Hosted by Stephen Mangan, the awards also recognised teams from DRP Group, Jack Morton Worldwide, AYMTM and Corporate Rewards.

Meanwhile, Barclays Retail and Business Banking’s team won in-house event team of the year.

The London 2012 Olympic Games also had a good night, with Crown Business Communications scooping two awards for its work on the Games Makers orientation events, and London 2012 CEO Paul Deighton picking up the outstanding achievement award.

Full list of winners

Platinum winner: RPM

Agency of the year: DRP Group

Best public event: RPM

Best celebratory event: Evolve Events

Best hospitality event: AYMTM

Best team-building event: DRP Group

Best product launch (UK): Jack Morton Worldwide

Best product launch (International): Ignite

Best conference (UK): Crown Business Communications

Best conference (International): Corporate Rewards

Best incentive/motivation (UK): Crown Business Communications

Best incentive/motivation (International): Corporate Innovations

Best brand experience (as part of an experiential campaign): RPM

Event hotel of the year: Hotel Hermitage In Monte Carlo

Event venue of the year (non-res up to 500 capacity): Hedsor House

Event venue of the year (non-res over 500 capacity): Chelsea FC

Technical supplier of the year: XL Events

Creative use of digital technology: Opus

Creative use of production technology: Obscura Digital

Event service supplier of the year: RPM

Logistics supplier of the year: Event Marketing Solutions

Venue event team of the year: Natural History Museum

Best corporate responsibility: John Hope Gateway, Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh

In house event team of the year: Barclays Retail and Business Banking

Outstanding achievement: London 2012 chief executive Paul Deighton

Rising star: Epsom Downs Racecourse’s Sarah Lloyd

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