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iris Nation APAC adjudged Mid-sized Network of the Year at Media Agency of the Year Awards 2009

14-December-2009
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iris Nation APAC adjudged Mid-sized Network of the Year at Media Agency of the Year Awards 2009

iris Nation has been adjudged Mid-sized Network of the Year at the Media Agency of the Year Awards 2009. The Awards ceremony was held at The Regis, Singapore, on December 9, 2009.

The Independent Agency of the Year category has been relaunched as Mid-Sized Agency of the Year at this year’s Media Agency of the Year Awards. This Award is now open to companies with total billings of up to $20 million during the 12-month judging period.

The key focus for iris Nation has been broadening and deepening its product offering across Asia-Pacific. Over the last 12 months, the agency concentrated on three specialist disciplines – retail, experiential and digital – and invested heavily to recruit specialist teams in Singapore, Sydney, Delhi and Beijing. iris Nation also introduced CRM and sponsorship consultancy services to clients, working with specialists from its London headquarters. It substantially strengthened its creative firepower with senior creative hires in all regional offices.

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