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Event Technology Awards announces 2016 venue

Event Technology Awards 2016
As entries for the Event Technology Awards 2016 come to a close, organiser AMP Events Ltd has announced that this year's award ceremony and gala dinner will return to Supernova on 9th November. 
With an impressive 330 plus entries received it is inevitable that the popular event will grow in size. The pop-up venue in London's Victoria Embankment Gardens has played host to the glittering ceremony in previous years and as an entirely flexible space, it affords AMP Events Ltd the ability to increase their numbers in line with demand.


The evening will bring together event professionals from a spectrum of events, with attendees from agencies, brands, organisers, investors and suppliers. Along with a three-course meal, unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks, the awards ceremony provides a great opportunity to dance the night away at the industry’s premium networking event.

AMP Events’ co-founder Adam Parry said “This year’s awards have netted an amazing number of entries and demand for tickets is sure to be high. Supernova provides a sophisticated and flexible space that allows us to deliver a premium event regardless of numbers. Even if companies have not entered they can still attend the event and use it as a great networking opportunity. We are looking forward to applauding the vital role that technology now plays in delivering spectacular, innovative and unique events.”

The headline sponsor for the awards is Global Experience Specialists (GES), a global events company with an extensive technology portfolio, this demonstrates the growth and interest in the event and the sector as a whole. GES is also headline sponsor for Event Tech Live, which is held prior to the awards at the Old Truman Brewery, London. The multi-strand conference and exhibition focuses on up-to-the-minute technology and is also promising to have a bumper year with 80% of the stands already sold.

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