Are You A Winner?
Your in-house agency spent the past year advancing the business, exceeding client expectations and producing exceptional work, right? That’s precisely why you should consider nominating your team for the 2018 In-House Agency of the Year award. This distinct award recognizes the unique contributions in-house agencies and corporate creative teams make every day, honoring teams of all sizes and varieties.
As Roger Hyde, Senior VP of Creative Services of last year’s winning team, AT&T, put it, “being named In-House Agency of the year was far and away the most poignant and timely validation of the value of this team and our service to the corporation.” Winning the award not only boosted morale and pride among Roger’s team, it garnered acknowledgement from internal clients and colleagues as well as the in-house agency community at large.
To give your team the chance to shine, all you have to do is answer a single question and submit your response via our online nomination form:
Performance excellence can be demonstrated across a number of platforms: Business Impact, Client Partnership, Creative Expertise, Operational Effectiveness, and Talent & Teamwork. Reflecting on those five areas, how did your team achieve performance excellence in 2017?
Want to add In-House Agency of the Year to your team’s triumphs? Submit your entry by September 15. The top-three finalists will be announced at the IHAF Conference & Awards Show in early November with one deserving winner being named top shop.
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