Venues and Events International wins Avon incentive

Programme for cosmetics company has been scooped by Swindon-based agency following tender process involving six agencies.

Circle of Excellence, Avon’s annual incentive event for its highest performers has been awarded to Venues and Events International following a tender process involving six agencies.

The incentive brings together winners from across Europe. The programme will take place in June 2019 in the South of France, visiting locations such as Monaco and the Champagne Region.

Bogdan Berdacovici, head of communications for Avon Central Europe said: "Having put this programme, an Avon heritage taking place for more than 20 years, out to tender we were thrilled with the response by Venues and Events International.

"It brought together a challenging programme whilst keeping personal touches and memorable moments for our guests. We are really looking forward to delivering a successful event."

Anita Lowe, chief executive for Venues and Events International added: "We’re thrilled to be working together with Avon. It’s fantastic to be back in partnership with such a well-respected name in the beauty industry and we look forward to bringing this event to life.

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