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ANA ANNOUNCES 2017 B-to-B
HALL OF FAME HONOREES
Five Execs to be Inducted in Hall in its Second Year
NEW YORK (May 8, 2017) — The ANA (Association of National Advertisers) today announced that five prominent veteran B-to-B marketing executives will be inducted into the ANA’s Business-to-Business Hall of Fame at a gala awards banquet later this month.
The induction will be made during the 2017 Masters of B2B Marketing Conference presented by the ANA’s Business Marketing Association, May 31–June 2 at the Sheraton Grand Chicago.
The five honorees are:
- Philip B. Clement: Phil Clement is global chief marketing and communications officer for Aon.
- John Favalo: Currently Executive Vice President of Group B2B, Eric Mower + Associates.
- Al Maag: Retired chief communications officer for Avnet.
- Tom Stein: Tom Stein is founding partner of New York-based Stein + Partners Brand Activation.
- Sherri Leopard: Sherri Leopard founded Leopard Communications 30 years ago, which was sold to Ogilvy & Mather in June 2006.
"We are thrilled to welcome such an auspicious lineup of executives to our B-to-B Hall of Fame,” said ANA CEO Bob Liodice. “Each of these worthy honorees exemplifies professionalism, integrity, and innovation in B-to-B, and our sincere congratulations go out to Phil, John, Al, Tom, and Sherri.”
The ANA B-to-B Hall of Fame is intended to pay tribute to B-to-B professionals from all sides of the industry who have made significant and lasting contributions throughout their careers while serving as advocates of the industry and displaying a consistent spirit of innovation and professionalism.
The honorees were chosen by the BMA Advisory Board from among more than a dozen nominees. To be eligible for induction into the B-to-B Hall of Fame, a participant must have at least 15 years of B-to-B experience along with demonstrated, unquestionable B-to-B excellence and talent. Any B-to-B marketer who has had a significant impact on the development, evolution, and expansion of B-to-B marketing deserves consideration. The individual does not have to be a member of the ANA or the ANA’s Business Marketing Association to be nominated or receive the award. Nominations can be made by any BMA Board of Advisors member or chapter leader.
The ANA B-to-B Hall of Fame was founded in 2016. The inaugural inductee was Gary Slack, founder and chief experience officer of Slack and Co., one of the world’s first integrated marketing communications agencies and one of the few worldwide that works exclusively with business marketers.
- Champions win a suite at a 2017 Diamondbacks game
- Second place wins $25 gift certificates for up to 15 team members to Don & Charlie's restaurant in Scottsdale
- Corporate Team: $500
- Non-Profit Team: $450
For more information visit: http://azchicagofest.com/
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