SPECIAL REPORT: Full Coverage of the 2014 Event Design Awards

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Special Report: The 2014 Experience Design Awards

For more than a decade, Event Marketer has been recognizing the best event and exhibit environments among this industry’s top experience designers and innovators. Hundreds of shops, agencies and brands from around the world submitted their best work across a dozen categories last fall, but only the 36 programs you’re about to see earned top honors.

With access to so many industry-leading programs right at our fingertips, we couldn’t help but see some common threads among the groundbreaking programs this industry is churning out. We pored over all of the entries and then distilled them down to a few recurring themes that, we think, will lead the way in 2015. Check out our preview of the five event design trends impacting the experience landscape this year. And in the coverage below, our complete report on the winners of the 2014 Event Design Awards.  –Jessica Heasley

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This story appeared in the Feb/March 2015 issue

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