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Conference and hotel venues are invited to send in their application for the 2017 INCON Global Digital Infrastructure Award, before entries close next month.

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Entries close soon for Global Digital Infrastructure Award

Photo: 2016 award winner, Austria Center Vienna

Now in its fourth year, the award serves to celebrate and inspire change in digital infrastructure and services made available in meeting venues around the world.

“By giving visibility to the venues that are delivering excellent services we hope to inspire improvements to digital infrastructure across all venues which should be of tremendous value to delegates, clients, meeting planners and to the broader meetings industry,” said INCON co-chair Roslyn McLeod.

Among the panel of judges this year is Bob Heile, who is involved in the testing of wi-fi and digital communications in conference venues across the globe.

“Events turn into disasters when venues do not appreciate the importance of crucial background services like wi-fi connections,” he said.

“The Award offers an opportunity to showcase venues that have worked really hard to put in place excellent digital infrastructure which permits event planners to deliver even better meetings.”

The award winners will be announced at IMEX Frankfurt in May 2017.

Entries close February 28, 2017. To apply, head to www.incon-pco.com/award.

 

 

 

 

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