Singapore agency wins 2003 Summit Creative Awards Top Prize!

 
 

Singapore agency wins 2003 Summit Creative Awards Top Prize!

Vibes Communications Singapore Takes Top International Creative Award.

Vibes Communications won the Best of show and the Judges choice award in the 2003 Summit Creative Awards® competition for its outstanding creative work for Ocean Healthcare and a self-promotion advertisement.

"This creative award gives the smaller billing agencies an opportunity to discover their creative potential at a different league and to prepare them for the major award shows" said Ronald Wong, Creative Director, Vibes Communications Pte Ltd, Singapore.

The Summit Creative Awards is the only competition of its kind. It was created in 1994 to recognize exceptional work by advertising agencies, video production companies, multimedia firms and other creative groups with annual billings of $15 million or less. It is the only opportunity such firms have to compete internationally.

This year's panel of judges included Ilan Geva of CMYK & Beyond, Luc Chenier of Bates Ukraine, Rick Penn-Kraus of Hill and Knowlton, Kevin Hersh of Mfx, Inc., Steve O’Brien of Ground Zero, Henry Rasmussen of Scanad - Denmark and Daren Levis of J. Walter Thompson USA. Entries in 17 creative categories were judged against a stringent set of standards. Judges looked for innovative and creative concepts, strong executions and the ability to communicate and persuade.

This year's competition received approximately 3,000 entries from 17 countries including Australia, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, England, Estonia, Germany, India, Isreal, Italy, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Puerto Rico, Russia, Singapore, Ukraine and United States.

Additional information about the Summit Creative Awards and a list of other winning firms can be found on the Summit Awards web site at http://www.summitawards.com.

Jocelyn Luciano - Executive Director
Summit Creative Awards
info@summitawards.com
(503) 297-9979

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Comments

Let me guess - it's an ad for makeup remover? Clever.

That "A" ad for "AA" was quite clever - never heard of the summit before - thanks.

I'll second that. (I know I spelled "me too" wrong. hehe.)

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