It’s Your Crowning Moment
There’s an old saying that goes, “Heavy is the head that wears the crown.” Well, here at IHAF, we beg to differ. In fact, winning the crown is one of the lightest, most uplifting moments your team can experience. The crown we’re talking about, of course, is our In-House Agency of the Year award.
In-House Agency of the Year recognizes the unique contributions internal agencies and corporate creative departments make every day, with teams of all sizes and varieties eligible to win. Submissions are reviewed by a panel of judges with entries scored via a points system on recorded ballots. And, the winner is crowned at the IHAF Conference & Awards in November.
When Bloomberg Studio was named top shop in 2018, global head of the in-house agency, Michael Eisenreich and a few of his teammates stepped forward to accept the honors. “Ours is a story of grit and determination over many, many years,” said Eisenreich. “It’s truly an honor for us to be given this award—our team is thrilled.”
Your crowning moment may be next. All you have to do is answer a single question via our online entry form and submit it to IHAF, along with a 1-2 minute video supporting the exceptional performance of your team. Winning not only boosts team morale, it garners acknowledgement from clients and colleagues alike, as well as the internal agency community at large.
The deadline to nominate your team is June 30. For more information on the submission process and to read about our past winners, visit our awards page.
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