Hughes and Bender lead Power 50 nominations

COI director of live events Simon Hughes and Grass Roots Eventcom managing director Nick Bender are leading the popular vote in C&IT's Power 50 2009.

C&IT Power 50 2009
C&IT Power 50 2009

Nominations are coming in thick and fast for C&IT's annual influence index. 

Commented C&IT editor Yasmin Arrigo: "The COI events roster has been one of the hottest pitches of 2009, with more than 200 agencies vying for a place and presenting to Simon Hughes.

"The year has also seen Grass Roots win 22 new clients so MD Nick Bender's influence is evident."

Which individuals do you think made a significant impact on the UK events industry in 2009? 

C&IT's Power 50 will be published in the January 2010 issue. To register your interest in attending the Power 50 launch event in December, please email citpower50@haymarket.com

Want to find out who made the grade last year? See the Power 50 2008 rankings

 

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