In pictures: FIRST holds annual Thanksgiving event to reward excellence

Among the recognition for partners and suppliers was the Exceptional Service award, given to Four Seasons Hong Kong.

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Last night, FIRST London hosted its annual Thanksgiving celebration at its Waterloo office.

The event management company recognised excellence and outstanding service by its partners and suppliers by awarding accolades in five different categories.

The night proved a great success with partners, clients and employees of FIRST enjoying the festive food and drinks served, along with an address given by First London’s managing director, Mark Riches, and the supplier awards presented by team manager Mark Gill.

The award winners were:

Exceptional service – Four Seasons Hong Kong
Best newcomer – PSP
Innovative supplier of the year – Nigel Prabhavalkar of Parallel Notion
Most consistent supplier – Lavender Green Flowers
First’s brand values Ace It recognition award – Image Hospitality

 

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