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May 18, 2015

CEI and ICE invite entries for business-event awards

ASIA-PACIFIC - Entries are now open for CEI and ICE’s Excellence Awards, which aim to recognise and celebrate companies applying best practice to the creation, planning, production and management of innovative and successful events.

CEI and ICE invite entries for business-event awards

The Awards, presented by Campaign sister publication CEI and ICESAP (the Incentive, Conference & Event Society Asia-Pacific) are open to all companies running events across the Asia-Pacific region. Projects entered can include conferences, incentive programmes, meetings, product launches, hospitality programmes etc. Corporate in-house teams, agencies, suppliers and venues are encouraged to enter the awards for 2015.

The awards wlll be presented at the ICESAP Conference on 1 September in Hong Kong. 

Eligibility period

Projects must have taken place between 1 January 2014 and 30 April 2015.


  • Business Excellence:
    • Best Incentive Event of the Year
    • Best Product Launch of the Year
    • Best Conference of the Year
    • Best Live Event of the Year
    • Best Use of a Small Budget
  • Sectors of Excellence:
    • Banking & Finance Event of the Year
    • Automotive Event of the Year
    • IT & Telecoms Event of the Year
    • Pharma, Health & Beauty Event of the Year
    • Consumer Durable Event of the Year
    • Fast moving consumer goods Event of the Year
  • Teams of Excellence:
    • Destination Marketing Team of the Year
    • Agency of the Year
  • Grand Prix (this category cannot be entered)


  • US$120: Early Bird - ICESAP Members (before 19 June)
  • US$200: Early Bird - Non Members (before 19 June)
  • US$150: ICESAP Members
  • US$250: Non Members

For criteria and complete information on how to enter download the entry kit


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