Corporate event planner survey reminder: win a trip to Dubai

C&IT is inviting corporate event planners to take part in the annual State of the Industry Report survey, for the chance to win an amazing trip to Dubai for two.

BCD Meetings & Events adds UAE to its Global Partner Network
BCD Meetings & Events adds UAE to its Global Partner Network

The prize includes two economy class return flights to Dubai with Qantas Airways from London with a two night luxury stay with dinner at The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai followed by a two night deluxe stay with dinner at The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre. The winner will also be treated to a scenic seaplane tour for two with Seawings, a Desert safari for two hosted by 24 Degrees and dinner for two at the Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai (Terms and conditions apply).

All survey respondents will be entered into the free prize draw (please note this survey is for in-house corporate event planners only. Agency entries will not be accepted).

Click here to take part in C&IT's corporate event planner survey now

The survey responses will be used as part of the award-winning annual C&IT State of the Industry Report, which will include a wide range of analysis and statistics on the UK events industry, revealing key trends and challenges from both buyers and suppliers.

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