Week in pictures: BBC Sports Personality; Young Apprentice; Engage for Success

See what the events industry has been up to this week in our exclusive photo gallery.

  • Bradley Wiggins scoops BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2012 during an awards ceremony at Excel London

    Bradley Wiggins scoops BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2012 during an awards ceremony at Excel London

  • Mammoth Events bring the Young Apprentice brands to life during the 2012 final of Lord Sugar's show

    Mammoth Events bring the Young Apprentice brands to life during the 2012 final of Lord Sugar's show

  • BT head of employee engagement Sharon Darwent shares insights during an Engage for Success networking event at the Institute of Directors

    BT head of employee engagement Sharon Darwent shares insights during an Engage for Success networking event at the Institute of Directors

  • Delegates discuss the business benefits of employee engagement during an Engage for Success networking event at the Institute of Directors

    Delegates discuss the business benefits of employee engagement during an Engage for Success networking event at the Institute of Directors

  • The London 2012 Project Team - which produced all the London 2012 Olympic Games official programmes - scoops an excellence award at Haymarket's celebration at Grosvenor House.

    The London 2012 Project Team - which produced all the London 2012 Olympic Games official programmes - scoops an excellence award at Haymarket's celebration at Grosvenor House.

  • The Hotel Republic team prepare for a Christmas extravaganza at Mahiki

    The Hotel Republic team prepare for a Christmas extravaganza at Mahiki

  • Legoland Hotel Windsor brings festive cheer to guests

    Legoland Hotel Windsor brings festive cheer to guests

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Bradley Wiggins scooped BBC Sports Personality of the Year at Excel London, while Mammoth Events showcased its brand activation support for the Young Apprentice final. View the week in pictures here.

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