AMERICAN BUSINESS MEDIA INDUCTS DOREMUS INTO CEBA CREATIVE HALL OF FAME
Agency to be Honored at CEBA Awards Ceremony
NEW YORK, August 20, 2007– American Business Media is pleased to announce that Doremus will be inducted into the CEBA Creative Hall of Fame. Doremus will be honored at the 12th annual Creative Excellence in Business Advertising (CEBA) awards on Wednesday, October 3, 2007 at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City.
Founded by Clarence Barron of Barron’s as Dow Jones’ agency in 1903, the agency is a specialist in business communications. Known for its proprietary research, innovative media solutions, and clients who value creative expertise, Doremus knows the business of business inside out and thrives on complex, high-stakes communications challenges.
Over the years, Doremus (www.doremus.com) has extended its understanding of complex products and services in the financial sector to other business sectors, including diversified industrials, technology, professional services and health care. Doremus’ roster proudly includes clients such as ITT, the Wall Street Journal, Credit Suisse, Intel, Sun Microsystems, Hyperion, Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, Tektronix, Knight Capital Group, TRW Automotive, FINRA, Russell Investment Group and Sandler O’Neill + Partners. Today, the agency, which is now part of the Omnicom group, is a global network with offices in the business centers of the world: New York, San Francisco, London, Frankfurt and Hong Kong.
Doremus’s mission: to turn complexity into arresting communications that compel attention and build competitive advantage.
The CEBA Hall of Fame gives acknowledgement and due recognition to those agencies or individuals who have left an indelible mark on business media advertising and creative communities with their unforgettable campaigns.
Honoring outstanding achievement in business media advertising (which includes print publications, Web sites, in-person events and integrated media campaigns), the CEBAs draw hundreds of entries and enhance relationships among advertisers, agencies and publishers. The CEBAs have become a gold standard of creative excellence recognized by advertising peers and clients alike, and highlight the breadth, reach, and innovation of some of the world's top agencies.
Join American Business Media this fall when the very best of business media advertising competes for the $25,000 Grand CEBA prize, Wednesday, October 3, 2007 at the Allen Room in Frederick P. Rose Hall, Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, Broadway at 60th Street in New York City. For further information on the CEBA Awards or to register to attend, please visit www.CEBA-Awards.com.
A limited number of press passes are available for the 2007 CEBA Awards ceremony on October 3rd for working journalists. Please contact Kate Patton at email@example.com
About American Business Media:
Founded in 1906, American Business Media is the association of business information providers, delivering business intelligence to industry, Madison Avenue, Wall Street and the Beltway. Its over 300 member companies reach an audience of more than 100 million professionals and represent nearly 5000 print and online titles and 1000 Trade Shows and well over $20 billion in annual revenues.
Kate Patton, Communications Coordinator
American Business Media
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