Hall of Fame Awards 2014 Honours Top Talents in the Industry
The Institute of Advertising Singapore (IAS) is calling for entries for the Hall of Fame Awards 2014, celebrating the stellar achievement of leading personalities, advertisers, agencies and campaigns – it sees a revamp this year with new award categories and a bigger way to celebrate the best talents in the industry.
Themed ‘Celebrating the art of innovative selling’, this year’s Hall of Fame Awards focuses on recognizing the importance of innovative selling, especially in the media and advertising industry. It is crucial to understand the correlation in selling good ideas. It is not about just having good ideas, it is about selling these ideas and making them happen.
To honour not just the most innovative work, but also the people for their brilliance in selling the most innovative ideas, Hall of Fame Awards 2014 introduces nine new award categories to commend teams and individuals for their remarkable work across all disciplines
Sharing what Hall of Fame Awards mean to the industry this year, Ms Jeslyn Tan, Chairman, Hall of Fame Awards 2014, Senior General Manager of SMRT Media & Digital Business, “We are reinventing The Hall of Fame with new award categories, to celebrate the best talents and innovations in the industry. The limelight will be on PEOPLE. People who make the work tick. We want to celebrate the achievements of these leading individuals and reward them with the fame they deserve – not just for the moment, but one that lives on and leaves a mark in the Hall of Fame.”
“Winners will be celebrated in a bigger way this year. On top of receiving recognition at the awards gala dinner, stories of their achievements will be also be featured in the different types of media we are working with. The celebration is nationwide, not only within the industry”, added Ms Tan.
The Hall of Fame 2014 will round up the year’s worth of sweat, hard work and long hours by exceptional talents in the industry, at a Gala Dinner held on 14 November at Alkaff Mansion.