14 June 2010 - 11:04am | posted by | 0 comments

Burning Man's Goodell joins UK Event Awards judging panel

Burning Man's Goodell joins UK Event Awards judging panelBurning Man's Goodell joins UK Event Awards judging panel

Marian Goodell, production manager of The Burning Man Festival has joined the judging panel for this inaugural UK Event Awards.

Goodell has been part of the team which has overseen the US project grow from a small gathering in the US in 1986, into a community of over 48,000 people.

Joining Goodell on the panel will be Andy Lenthall from PSA, Cameron Day of Iris Worldwide, Froniga Creissen, head of development events at Southbank Centre, John Tasker senior manager business development for Cancer Research UK, Cecilie Meyer Reber, senior marketing & events manager for ITV, Simon Hughes, director of COI Live Events, Hugh Robertson, managing partner of RPM and Rich Stainton, director at Smyle.

The awards are still open for entry across 30 categories including Experiential Event, Event in an Outdoor Space, Best Technical Services/Production Company, Large, Media, Small and Unusual Venue and Event Professional of the Year.

Deadline for entries is 2 July.
 
For more information contact Kim Baran on 0141 559 6078 or email kim.baran@carnyx.com

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