Grey's Subbaraju Alluri named Agency Head of the Year at Singapore Advertising Hall of Fame

GreyGroupSingapore_HOFawards.jpgThe Singapore Advertising Hall of Fame awards were also a good night for Grey Group with the highlight being Subbaraju Alluri, CEO of Grey Group Singapore, being named Agency Head of the Year.

Other Grey Group highlights from the night were Low Jun Jek, Group Executive Creative Director of Grey Digital Singapore being awarded Digital Specialist of the Year.
Sudhir Pasumarty, Head of Design, Digital of Grey Group Singapore, Sandeep Bhardwaj, Digital Project Manager of Grey Group Singapore, and Ong Su Hui, Head of Technology, were also recognised as Technology Team of the Year.

Subbaraju Alluri_V1.jpgIn a category where all the shortlist nominees were from Grey Group Singapore, the Suit of the Year Award was won by Juhi Manwani, an Account Director at the agency.

The 'Hearing Aide' work for The Singapore Association for the Deaf was also awarded a Bronze award for the Campaign of the Year (Single Medium) category.

"We are thrilled with our strong showing at the IAS Hall of Fame Awards. It is important to us that we have been recognized across the board. Investment in talent has been the cornerstone of our growth strategy and on Friday we saw the results of this," said Subbaraju Alluri (pictured), Chief Executive Officer, Grey Group Singapore.
 

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