Tesco events head leads corporates in C&IT Power 50 2009

Tesco events head Kate Conway was the highest ranked corporate in the C&IT Power 50 2009.

Tesco's Kate Conway
Tesco's Kate Conway

Tesco internal communications manager, events Kate Conway was ranked the third most influential person in the Power 50 2009.

Other corporates to make the Power 50 are:

  • AstraZeneca global category leader - business travel Caroline Strachan, ranked 5th
  • Barclays head of events Sarah Wright, ranked 7th
  • Pricewaterhousecoopers head of UK hotels and venues Samantha van Leeuwen, ranked 9th
  • COI director of live events Simon Hughes, ranked 15th
  • Aviva head of corporate events Andrew Latta, ranked 16th
  • Indesit events manager, ranked 19th
  • Pfizer European procurement meetings and congress category lead Andrew Gilkerson, ranked 26th

See the full Power 50 list here.

See C&IT's photos of the Power 50 event here.

 

 

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