FULLY BOOKED - MIA Business Excellence Awards Dinner in association with Dell|Intel®
Location: Concourse Suites 1 & 2, NEC, Birmingham
FULLY BOOKED -
Thursday 14 January 2016
Concourse Suites 1 & 2, NEC, Birmingham
Network with 500 key motorsport individuals at this sell-out event
The MIA Business Excellence Awards Dinner, in association with Dell/ Intel®, is THE major business networking event of Autosport International, attracting over 500 guests from across the globe. It is held immediately following the first trade day of this highly successful Show. Winners of these prestigious awards are decided by the industry and MIA members who are invited to vote in each of the seven categories:
Guest speaker Peter Hancock became Chief Executive of Pride of Britain Hotels in 2000. An exclusive consortium of 50 privately owned hotels established in 1982. Prior to this, Peter worked for hotel guide publisher Johansens, initially as a regional inspector and becoming a director of the company from 1996. Peter is a life member of the Master Innholders, a Fellow of the Institute of Hospitality, a Fellow of the Tourism Society, a Fellow of the Academy of Food & Wine Service, a Fellow of HOSPA, an Ambassador for the Gold Service Scholarship, an Ambassador for the recently formed Hospitality Experts network and an honorary St Julian Scholar.
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Autosport International is widely regarded as the most influential motorsport exhibition in Europe and in January 2015 it is estimated that over £1 billion of business was generated.
As the UK is a worldwide motorsport hub, the show is a pre-season network event that attracts over 700 companies and 28,000 trade visitors, including 5,000 overseas visitors from over 50 different countries who are all either directly involved in, or connected with motorsport, performance engineering and related technologies.
The show takes place over four days and consists of two trade days (14th and 15th January) followed by two weekend public days (16th and 17th January) and caters for all areas of motorsport from karting to World Rallying to Formula One and from the club racer to professional organisations.
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