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How-to workshop to help corporate planners in awards entry

ICE Awards to put on How to Enter workshop ahead of second awards show in July

Pictured: Last year's ICE Awards

In-house event organisers will be guided through the entry procedure for the International Corporate Event (ICE) Awards, as part of a 'how to' workshop established for the event.

The ICE Awards, which had its inaugural show in 2015, recognises the work from in-house organisers with last year's winners including BNP Paribas, Colgate-Palmolive and Twitter.

Ahead of the second awards, the How to Enter workshop will take place on 20 May to assist organisers in planning their submissions. A panel of ICE Ambassadors will explain the process and attendees will have a chance to speak with some of last year's winners, as well as hear what the judges are looking for.

ICE Awards’ producer Anita Howard said: “We’re so pleased that the high calibre of last year’s entrants has already been repeated for 2016. We’ve had a lot of enquiries from corporate teams, and we’d like to help them put their best foot forward. So we’ve set up the workshop to help guide all applicants through the entry process, especially those in-house teams that have little or no experience of submitting award entries."

Those wishing to attend the workshop can register through the ICE Awards website here.

Nine categories are available to enter, ranging from Best Sponsorship Activation Event to Best Use of Technology. The judging panel includes Ben Goedegebuure from Maritz, Rob Quayle from AstraZeneca and Matt Storey, the Gallowglass Group.

The deadline for entries for the 2016 awards is 30 May, with the event taking place at V&A on 14 July.

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