C&IT Awards: Shortlist announced

After last week's Judging Day, the 2017 C&IT Awards shortlist has been revealed!

C&IT Awards 2017 - Judges
C&IT Awards 2017 - Judges

Last week a collection of senior event professionals came together at The Langham Hotel, London to judge the entries for this year’s C&IT Awards.

The judges were:

Melissa Wilcock, Head of Venues & Travel Management – Informa
Rob Quayle, Meetings Leader & Head of Events – AstraZeneca UK
Victoria Morrison, Head of Events – Gorkana
Paul Wright, Events Manager – Hewlett-Packard Enterprise
Joy Thomas, Senior Manager, Group Events – Lloyds Banking Group
Zoe Russ, Events Manager – Societe Generale
Patrick Howells, Managing Director – Fresh Group
Nick Terry, Managing Director & Founder – Top Banana
Frances Green, Managing Director – Green & Pleasant
Lex Butler, Managing Director – Wolf & White
Chris Clarke, Director – Purple Dog Solutions
Jason Wilcock, Chairman – Worldspan
Dawn Mitchell, Operations Director – First Event
Chris Teague, Producer & Co-Founder – Rapport
Alex Hewitt, CEO – AOK Events
Kath Goodson, Client Director – wrg
John Kelly, Global Head of MICE – TBR Global
Chetan Shah, CEO & Founder – Micebook
Allan Boyle, Director of Event Services – ICC Birmingham
Steve Gaskin, Managing Director – Right Angle Events


After a day of assessing the incredible standard of all those that put their work forward, the judges managed to pick their favourites.

To view this year’s shortlist click here.

The winners will be announced at our award ceremony taking place at London Hilton on Park Lane on Friday 22nd September 2017 – make sure you’re there!

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