In pictures: C&IT's top 10 corporate events of 2009

Sky, Coca-Cola and Indesit are among C&IT's pick of corporate events in 2009.

In pictures: C&IT's top 10 events of 2009
In pictures: C&IT's top 10 events of 2009

Johnson & Johnson's London awards ceremony
Johnson & Johnson chose the Royal Institute of British Architects (Riba) for its awards ceremony in January.

Nutricia at Evian Royal
Nutricia appointed Grass Roots Eventcom and Grass Roots Live to produce its conference and incentive at the Evian Royal Resort, France in February.

Cafe Creme Express launches in Paris
Henri Wintermans chose Intercontinental Paris Le Grand for its Cafe Creme Express product launch and incentive in February.

Indesit beats targets at Evolution launch
Indesit's independent retailer product launch in London used Evolution, Battersea Park, the May Fair Hotel and the Oxo Tower in March and April.

Wella Professionals takes Sassoon team to Oman
Wella Professionals rewarded Sassoon team members with an exotic and memorable experience at Oman venues in April.

Specific Media in South Africa
Web marketer Specific Media appointed Sportsworld to deliver its corporate hospitality event during the British Lions tour to South Africa in June.

Coca-Cola takes Olympic ideals to the community
Coca-Cola  briefed agency Altyerre to deliver a team day in London for the soft-drink manufacturer's executives that would combine fun, CSR and its sponsorship of the 2012 Games in June.

Sky motivates the masses at bespoke staff festival
Media giant Sky hosted Skyfest in London in July to engage and reward its staff across all of its divisions.

Brains shifts perceptions and lifts morale
Welsh brewing firm SA Brain & Co held its company conference at Cardiff's Swalec Stadium in July.

Iceland takes store managers to Disney World
Food retailer Iceland chose Disney World Florida for its £4m annual conference and incentive for store managers in September/October.

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