C&IT Power 50: nominate now

Nominations are now being taken this year’s Power 50 – Conference & Incentive Travel magazine’s definitive guide to the movers and shakers in the events industry. The annual influence index, now in its third year, names those who have made the biggest contribution to the sector in the past year. Votes can be emailed to citpower50@haymarket.com, including nominees’ names, companies and the reason for nomination. Deadline is 11am Tuesday 4 March. The list is designed to cover the entire events sector and includes corporate event planners, agency staff, representatives of national and regional tourist bodies, associations, exhibition providers, venues, DMCs, transport providers and other suppliers, plus other influencers on the sector. “Power 50 continues to garner interest and create debate across the industry, and we are delighted to bring it back for a third year,” said C&IT editor Yasmin Arrigo. “Last year’s nomination process gave readers a chance to shine the spotlight on their C&I heroes, and we look forward to receiving votes from across the breadth of the event sector once again.”

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