In pictures: Mistletoe 2013

The Hop Exchange was the venue for the event industry's annual Mistletoe party in London last night (3 December), which harnessed the style of the 50s and 60s.

In pictures: MPI Mistletoe 2013
In pictures: MPI Mistletoe 2013

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The annual Mistletoe event at The Hop Exchange brought together industry members, associations and supporters last night (3 December). 

Mistletoe 2013, which was organised by ISES, MPI and Site, along with support from the BVEP, adopted a 50s and 60s style with entertainment coming from themed dancers and the king of pop himself, ‘Suspiciously Elvis’.

Nicole Hatch, director of programmes at ISES UK Chapter, said: "It is a testament to the relationships we have built between leading event associations that we have managed to draw such a huge amount of support for this event. Christmas is a celebration of the past year and we’ve been able to bring some of the country’s leading creative event providers and specialists together for Mistletoe."

The event also raised more than £600 for Meetings Industry Meeting Needs and Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust.

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