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11 members of SITE nominated as "Most Influential People in Event Industry"



The list features Business Events Professionals who have influenced the industry by leaving a mark with their creativity, vision and capacity for innovation.

SITE members Annamaria Ruffini, Carina Bauer, Ellie MacPherson, Krzysztof Celuch, Miha Kovacic, Olga Krzeminska – Zasadzka, Padraic Gilligan, Rolando Espinoza, Sam Johnston, Tahira Endean and Tracey Smith have all been nominated for the prestigious Eventex All-stars Index: The Most Influential People In the Event Industry.

The list features Business Events Professionals who have influenced the industry by leaving a mark with their creativity, vision and capacity for innovation. The 11 SITE members are among over 400 #eventprofs in with a chance to make it onto the distinguished final list. Everyone voting has the opportunity to select 10 people that they consider to be the most influential.

“This list aims to recognize the driving force behind the event industry – its people! The visionaries, innovators, trend-setters and luminaries, everyone that pushes the industry forward and makes the events world more vibrant, exciting and awe-inspiring”, explains Ovanes Ovanessian, Co-founder of Eventex Awards.

The voting process is super-quick and easy thanks to Evalato. You can support Annamaria Ruffini, Carina Bauer, Ellie MacPherson, Krzysztof Celuch, Miha Kovacic, Olga Krzeminska – Zasadzka, Padraic Gilligan, Rolando Espinoza, Sam Johnston, Tahira Endean and Tracey Smith with your votes by 12 September 2019 at: https://eventex.co/all-stars/people/.

“Motivational live events are the cornerstone of successful incentive travel programs and so #incentiveprofs play a key role in the broader world of events. We’re delighted that 11 members of SITE are included amongst this impressive constellation of stars. Please go on line now and give us some of your 10 votes!” said, Padraic Gilligan, Chief Marketing Officer at SITE and also one of the nominees. 

 


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