In pictures: C&IT Incentives Retreat

Day one featured an incentive case study, panel talk and gala dinner, held at Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa.

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C&IT’s Incentive Retreat kicked off at Chewton Glen Hotel and Spa today. Event planners and suppliers gathered to hear about the latest in incentive travel trends and for two days of meetings and networking.

The day began with a sneak peak at C&IT’s upcoming Incentive Report, followed by a case study from Crown on a recent trip to Costa Rica with Citroen.

After one-to-one meetings between planners and suppliers, everyone took part in a violin recital led by Orangeworks. By the end of the concert, everyone was a musical maestro.

A panel talk finished off the day, with time to relax. A drinks reception was held at the Treehouses, before a three course gala dinner in the Lake Suite, with delegates treated to truffle risotto, duck breast and chocolate orange mousse.

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