Corporate Events Produce a Creative Event for ISPY 2013 Conference and Awards Dinner

Corporate Events a leading events management company in the UK, have given the wow factor to a creative event for ISPY 2013 (Inflight Sales Person of the Year) Conference and Awards Dinner.

Online PR News – 04-February-2013 – Swindon UK – The UK based events management company Corporate Events have just produced another outstanding creative event production, this time in The Brighton Hilton Metropole. With up to 50 airlines, 100 cabin crew and 30 of the leading Inflight Retail Suppliers to ISPY, the excitement and anticipation for this year's ISPY conference and awards dinner was at an all time high. The registration figures lead us to believe that ISPY 2013 is going to beat all previous attendance records.

ISPY is like no other conference, trade show, training, or staff recognition event, because it is all of these rolled into one. They have great training sessions, conferences and workshops and product showcases for all delegates throughout the week and everyone joins in the celebration of excellence within this industry at the Friday night Gala Awards Ceremony.

Corporate Events worked with the ISPY management team to design, produce and deliver a seamless conference and gala dinner production that reflects and enhances the communication strategy behind the event.

There is a lot of talk about the benefits of Airlines sending a ‘delegation' (consisting of best selling crew, performance management and buyers) to ISPY. The key benefit being the opportunity to come together and meet and interact with the Suppliers. Corporate Events whole heartedly believe that when all stakeholders work together it will make a difference to development of the airline's sales culture. That is why the ISPY event is unique.

Corporate Events client account manager Katie Lewis comments "Working on the ISPY event is a unique challenge and one we readily embrace. The mix of sales conference, education seminars and then a massive and opulent gala dinner production create a real sense of community around the delegates."

Technical Production Manager Adrian Tolson adds "It's nice to be working in Brighton again - and producing something at this scale is always interesting. Our creative content team has - once again - produced some real eye popping graphics."

The final word goes to Corporate Events Managing Director Andy Ashely, who concludes "It's great to see Park Lane awards production standards can be ported to anywhere in the world, and I think this year's ISPY production looked fantastic."

Corporate Events can manage and have expertise of most types of events. If you want more information about the company please visit their website