A purposeful pause.
Getting things right with IABC London’s awards program.
IABC London needs to look at our Virtuoso Awards program. In recent years we have observed a steady decline in local project award entries, and this is simply not sustainable. We’ve also been hearing a desire for change to the program from our community. It’s time to do something about what we’re seeing.
We’re taking a purposeful pause: An ad hoc committee of broad representation from our professional communications community is organizing a strategic and thorough research and input process into our project-based awards program.
This committee will engage with a broad base of our IABC London community to gather insight into what the current state of opinions and desires are for project-based recognition. Plain and simple, we’re connecting with you, our stakeholders, to find out what you want so that we can deliver it in the future.
See photos from the 2018 celebration event.
Learn more on how to provide your input on IABC London’s project-based awards program.
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