Week in Pictures: ISES AGM; London Eye Barracuda; MPI summer party

The City of London was 'the' place to be for events this week. C&IT enjoyed parties hosted by ISES, MPI and Eventia and sipped champagne on the London Eye Barracuda.

Week in Pictures: ISES AGM; Barracuda Luxury cruiser; MPI summer party
Week in Pictures: ISES AGM; Barracuda Luxury cruiser; MPI summer party
  • ISES president Jane Hague at the press briefing prior to ISES AGM and summer party

    ISES president Jane Hague at the press briefing prior to ISES AGM and summer party

  • ISES summer party took place at Dutch Hall in the City of London

    ISES summer party took place at Dutch Hall in the City of London

  • Dutch Hall

    Dutch Hall

  • C&IT's Alison Ledger sampled the London Eye's christmas party menu, followed by a boat ride on the Barracuda luxury cruiser

    C&IT's Alison Ledger sampled the London Eye's christmas party menu, followed by a boat ride on the Barracuda luxury cruiser

  • The Barracuda luxury cruiser on the River Thames

    The Barracuda luxury cruiser on the River Thames

  • Delegates chill out at Tech Fest 2013 at Dexter House, London

    Delegates chill out at Tech Fest 2013 at Dexter House, London

  • RFID technology at Tech Fest 2013

    RFID technology at Tech Fest 2013

  • Eventia's AGM and party took place at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel on Tuesday

    Eventia's AGM and party took place at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel on Tuesday

  • MPI's Summer Party on the HMS President

    MPI's Summer Party on the HMS President

  • The MPI summer party took place on Monday

    The MPI summer party took place on Monday

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The MPI UK & Ireland Summer Party on Monday was hosted on the HMS President.

Eventia's AGM took place at Grange Tower Bridge Hotel and announced DRP Group's Dale Parmenter as the association's new chair, while ISES new president Jane Hague announced her plans for the association at Dutch Hall

New christmas menu's were sampled on the London Eye Barracuda on Tuesday and Tech Fest 2013 kicked off yesterday, and continues today at Dexter House, near Tower Bridge.

Top five stories this week:

Grass Roots: Job cuts went 'too far'

BT to review agency roster

W&O restructures following Yorkshire office closure

Reed cancels Business Travel Market

Zibrant appoints new director

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