Does Your In-House Agency Move Mountains?
This year marks our seventh annual In-House Agency of the Year competition—that means it’s our seventh year of recognizing teams that move mountains, overcome obstacles, and consistently go the extra mile to enable the success of the businesses they support. In other words, our In-House Agency of the Year award recognizes the unique contributions in-house agencies and corporate creative teams make every day.
In addition to hearing “yes” to their project requests, your clients want to hear that the internal team supporting their business is at the top of its game. A standout among others. The best of the best. Let IHAF help you get the recognition you deserve by sharing your story as a nominee for the 2017 In-House Agency of the Year award.
To enter the competition, simply tell us what makes your team special and why you deserve to win. In fact, all you need to do to enter is answer one question: “What qualifies your team to be named in-house agency of the year?”—substantiating your response with the unique assets and attributes that set you apart.
To add In-House Agency of the Year to your team’s list of accomplishments, submit your online entry by August 31, 2017. The top three finalists will be revealed at the IHAF Annual Conference & Awards Show on Thursday, November 9, with one deserving winner going home with the coveted crystal trophy.
Being named In-House Agency of the Year means your team has moved mountains. It’s also means you (and your clients) get to shout from the top of one that you're a winner! Tell us your story today.
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