Computing and BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, would like to thank everyone who took the time to submit an entry into the 2010 UK IT Industry Awards and wish you all the best of luck. We received a record number of entries this year and we are now looking forward to celebrating with you at the spectacular awards evening on Thursday 11 November 2010 at Battersea Park Events Arena, London. The awards ceremony is a spectacular evening of celebration and the perfect opportunity to entertain your team, important clients and network with key industry figures.
7.00pm - Pre-dinner champagne reception
7.45pm - Dinner
9.45pm - Awards presentation
10.45pm - Awards party
2.00am - Carriages
The awards are attended by over 1,300 guests, and are presented with live entertainment at a magnificent marquee in London's Battersea Park Events Arena.
Tickets must be shown on the door to gain access.
To book your table, please click here
For details about the event, directions and accommodation, please click here
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