Two AdFest attendees win a trip to LIA Creative LIAisons 2017 in Las Vegas in October

LIA.jpgLondon International Awards, a sponsor at Adfest 2017, held a lucky draw (raffle) at their booth in Pattaya on Friday awarding two lucky winners the opportunity to attend Creative LIAisons 2017 in Las Vegas.
Victor Hu of Simei Media Company, China and Kyle Towb of Ignite Development will have the opportunity to join an exclusive group of young creatives at Creative LIAisons in October during the LIA judging. Their airfare and hotel will be paid by LIA.

On finding out that he won Towb stated, "I would like to say how very grateful I am to be able to attend Creative LIAisons and I'm looking forward to the opportunity to learn from some of the most influential leaders in our industry."
LIA2.jpgCreative LIAisons is an educational initiative for young talent, between the ages of 21 and 30, from around the world, it is funded by LIA as a way to support and give back to the industry. This annual program runs simultaneously with LIA's judging at Encore Las Vegas, a perfect venue and time as all the big names in the industry from advertising to design to digital to production and technology are gathered together.

Creative LIAisons gives young creatives exclusive access to all of LIAs jury members and speakers, which they would otherwise have little or no opportunity to mingle with in a professional or social environment.

Creative LIAisons will take place at Encore Las Vegas from Wednesday 4th October through Saturday 7th October. To find out more about the program or to purchase a ticket visit our website.

The LIA Entry System is open for entries. The initial entry deadline is the 9th June.

For more information on submissions and eligibility, please visit the LIA website.

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