The O2, British Airways, Conde Nast and The Natural History Museum are amongst those nominated for this year’s UK Event Awards.
Recognising and rewarding the very best of Britain’s events industry, The Drum’s UK Events Awards celebrate everyone from event organisers to suppliers and marketers.
Also featuring on the shortlist is Fuse Sport + Entertainment with four nominations in categories including Event Sponsorship of the Year for Nissan and UEFA Champions and Event Technology of the Year for HTC. Jack Morton Worldwide has been nominated for three awards including Product Launch of the Year for its work with Honda at Goodwood 2016.
Elsewhere Fentimans Living Botanical Cocktail Bar is nominated for In-House Event of the Year, and Twickenham Stadium as Large Venue of the Year.
Entrants were this year judged by a panel including Josef Jammerbund, head of events, British Fashion Council; Jamie Sterry, brand activation manager, Innocent Drinks; Andy Dougan, head of experiential and growth, Geometry Global and Deborah Armstrong, CEO, Strong & Co.
The full list of nominees can be found on the UK Event Awards website with the award winners to be announced on Wednesday 1 December at the Marriot Grosvenor Square Hotel, London.
The awards are this year sponsored by Tint and Stand Out.