C&IT Awards 2015: DEADLINE EXTENDED

The deadline for entries for the C&IT Awards 2015 - the UK's definitive awards for the B2B events sector - has been extended to 10 July. Get your entries in now!

The deadline for entries for the C&IT Awards 2015 has been extended to 10 July
The deadline for entries for the C&IT Awards 2015 has been extended to 10 July

The new entry deadline for the fifth annual C&IT Awards is now Friday 10 July - don't miss out on the chance to have your work recognised. Click here to see the full list of categories and details on how to enter.

This year's awards will be handed out at a ceremony at London Hilton on Park Lane on Friday 25 September.

New categories for this year include Global Agency of the Year, which will honour the best events agency with teams based in two or more countries, and Internal Communications Event of the Year.

Other categories include UK Agency of the Year, Incentive Programme of the Year, UK Conference of the Year, Best use of Social Media/Technology and six sector categories including Automotive, Retail, and IT & Telecoms.

This year’s awards will also feature two new destinations categories – Best Short-haul Overseas Destination and Best Long-haul Overseas Destination – which will be voted for on the night with the shortlist decided by C&IT with the help of our readers.

Last year’s C&IT Awards saw Zibrant LIVE, drp and Brandfuel celebrate multiple wins for events for brands including BMW, Sainsbury’s and Google.

More:

In Pictures: C&IT Awards - Part 1 (The Reception)

In Pictures: C&IT Awards - Part 2 (The Ceremony)

In Pictures: C&IT Awards - Part 3 (The Celebrations)

On C&IT TV: Backstage interviews and highlights from the C&IT Awards

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