The 2018 C&IT Awards are now open for entry

Headline partners for this year's awards are Meet in Ireland and the Dublin Convention Bureau.

The most exciting night in the events industry calendar, the C&IT Awards are back and this year our headline sponsors are Meet in Ireland and the Dublin Convention Bureau.

The ceremony will be returning to Hilton on Park Lane, as our official venue partners, on Friday 21 September for a great night of awards and entertainment.

The awards are now open for entry and the deadline for entries is 28 June. You can find more information about how to enter the different categories here.

This year there are new categories including ‘Corporate Events Team of the Year’ and ‘Association Events Team of the Year’, to supplement the prestigious ‘Agency of the Year’. We will also be awarding one of this year’s C&IT A-List the ‘A-Lister of the Year Award’.

"We are really excited to be headline sponsors at this year’s C&IT Awards," said Meet in Ireland and the Dublin Convention Bureau. "It is a fantastic opportunity for us to showcase the very best that Ireland and Dublin have to offer a meeting planner. 

"We are looking forward to making the C&IT Awards in September a truly memorable night for all those attending."

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