The Construction Industry Summit organisers, the Little Britain Challenge Cup and Sunsail Events have teamed up, to provide Super Early Bird Construction Industry Summit delegates with a chance to win free entry in the Little Britain Challenge Cup and free yacht charter!

About the prize

For a chance to win this amazing prize all you have to do is tell us why you want to take part in the race in 50 words or less, buy your Super Early Bird summit delegate place before March 27, and you will be in with a chance to win a Sunsail Yacht Charter for 3 days (Friday-Sunday) and FREE ENTRY to the Little Britain Challenge Cup (September 10-13 2015) plus 10 tickets to the Saturday Prize Giving Dinner*. The prize winner will be the Super Early Bird Delegate who provides the best entry. The net value of the prize is £3575.

Super Early Bird delegate rates are only available until the 27 March 2015 – for a breakdown of the pricing structure and to secure your place CLICK HERE.

Andrew Link, Chief Operating Officer of the Construction Industry Council “A Past Chairman of CIC once said about yacht racing – ‘the pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails. Construction has a lot to learn from yacht racing … teamwork and communication are the keys to any successful operation’ – the Summit organisers are delighted to be partnering with Little Britain Challenge Cup and Sunsail Events to offer this fantastic prize opportunity to Super Early Bird delegates.”

 “We are very pleased to be partnering with the Construction Industry Summit in 2015 to offer this exclusive prize. Our registration opens during April so one lucky winner will already have a confirmed place!”  Mary Scott-Jackson, Event Manager, Little Britain Challenge Cup

“Sunsail welcomes novice and experienced sailors alike to experience the thrill of sailing and we are delighted to be part of this exciting event and prize.”  Terry Hunt, Senior Accounts Manager, Sunsail

 About the Summit

The two-day Construction Industry Summit: Government and Industry in Partnership is taking place in London at Grange St Paul’s Hotel on 8-9 September, led by the Construction Industry Council, the Strategic Forum for Construction and the Construction Industry Training Board. This flagship conference and networking event is being organised by the industry, for the industry, to engage and empower stakeholders from across all sectors of the built environment to achieve and deliver the vision set out in the Industrial Strategy Construction 2025 manifesto.  Leading speakers from across all sectors will come together to participate in this two day event: to share best practice, to challenge thinking and to learn from one another.

Author: Construction Industry Council

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