Agency Forum: registration closes today

Calling all agencies, today is your last chance to to register for the C&IT Agency Forum at Manchester Central 2-4 August.

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In addition to sessions from top brands and agencies, C&IT has partnered with Manchester United who will host networking activities on the first evening, including food and drinks, stadium tours and a team building activity.

Right Angle will showcase its award winning 'The Killing' team building activity, where attendees will be putting on their one-piece body suits, masks, gloves and problem solving hats as they get ready to solve crimes.

A special gala dinner will be hosted at The Monastery at the close of day 1.

The forum will also host 1-1 meetings with suppliers, intimate camp-fire huddles and plenty of opportunities for networking.

All attendees will be entered into a prize draw where they could be in with a chance of winning one of the fabulous prizes below:

  • A two night B&B stay at the Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi (Coral room category). 
  • A two night stay in Lisbon Marriott Hotel for 2 on Executive room with access to the Executive Lounge at the Lisbon Marriott Hotel. 1 Lunch or Dinner for 2 in one of the outlets. 
  • A two night stay in Obidos at the Marriott Praia D’El Rey Golf & Beach Resort for 2, including breakfast ( Garden/Golf view). 1 Lunch or Dinner for 2 in one of the outlets. 
  • A chance to extend your stay in Manchester on Friday 4th Aug at Hotel Football followed by hospitality at Emirates Old Trafford for the Investec Test Match Day 2 of the England v South Africa Fourth Investec Test Match on Saturday 5th August.

 

Register to apply for your place at C&IT Agency Forum this year on the 2-4th August at Manchester Central.

 

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