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Two BOZAR projects are competing for a visit.brussels Award 2017, each in their respective categories. There’s BOZAR NIGHT in the category of Evening Experience 2017 and Brussels is a Plaizier in the Most Noted Exhibition 2017.

Each year, the visit.brussels Awards ceremony rewards projects which actively enhance the influence of Brussels. The goal is to highlight actions which contribute to improving both the visitor experience and the international reputation of the Capital.

During the first selection phase, the public voted for two projects in each of the nine categories. Now it’s up to the jury to designate the winners on the basis of five criteria: the project’s impact on the international influence of Brussels, the impact on tourism in Brussels, the originality and sustainability of the project and what has been done to make it accessible to people with a handicap. The prize-giving ceremony will take place on 29.03.2018, during the visit.brussels Awards & Networking Night.

Thanks to the public for voting, and for getting the different BOZAR projects onto the shortlist! Fingers crossed!


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