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EVCOM Eventia Awards 2014 open for entries

The Eventia Awards 2014 open today and entrants are urged to visit the Eventia homepage.  There are also Awards pages online to give guidance on all categories, specific criteria, what's new and how to enter which can be viewed from the homepage.

The Eventia Awards recognise professionally managed, produced and executed events and the UK and International companies that originate them.  The Awards give companies the chance to be compared to their peers and get the recognition they deserve for delivering world class events of every discipline.   

Andrew Wright, Chairman of the Eventia Awards committee said, 'The Eventia Awards are the benchmark for the reward of excellence in our industry.  We have been working hard on creating a bespoke entry system so that entry and judging is easier going forward not just for the Eventia Awards but all the awards EVCOM produce.  We actively encourage as many companies as possible to take a look at our new system and to enter the Awards so that we can showcase the best of the best at our spectacular Awards celebration on Friday 28th November at the Hilton on Park Lane.'  

Following a revamp of categories due to the merger between Eventia and IVCA to reflect interests from both memberships new awards for 2014 include ‘Internal Engagement’, ‘Learning Experience, ‘Cultural and Arts’, ‘Sporting Events and ‘Award for Innovation’, offering a total of 24 awards up for grabs.  

Nominations are encouraged from both organiser and supplier communities for The Rising Star.  Awarded at the discretion of the EVCOM Board, this award seeks to acknowledge and encourage exciting young new talent in the events industry.  The award is free to enter and multiple nominations are welcome!  

The deadline for entries is 3rd October 2014.  All projects entered for the Eventia Awards must have taken place between 1 July 2013 - 30 June 2014.

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