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Google and The FAB Awards Introduce The FAB Forum, 6 months, 3 weeks ago

Forum dedicated to the food and beverage marketing industry will run prior to The FAB Awards on May 26th

Google and The FAB Awards Introduce The FAB Forum

The FAB Awards – International Food and Beverage Creative and Effectiveness Awards – have introduced The FAB (Food and Beverage) Forum supported by Google UK Ltd.

The Forum, which will run prior to The 18th FAB Awards on May 26th, is a content led day bubbling with creativity. The invite only event will be held at Google’s St Giles High Street venue.

“The thought behind introducing The FAB Forum supported by Google is to have a full day dedicated to the food and beverage marketing industry that will get the creative juices bubbling within our attendees,” said The FAB Awards President, N.Nayar. “During the day we plan to debate and discuss the key and innovative topics from our industry at The Forum and celebrate its creativity in the evening at The FAB Awards.”

Invitees to The FAB Forum will include Chief Marketing Officers and brand guardians from Food and Beverage brands, key personalities from advertising and design agencies along with some social influencers.

The day will culminate with The 18th FAB Awards, which will be held at the exclusive and quintessentially British Hurlingham Club in London.

Google will once again sponsor both The FAB Agency of the Year Award and The FAB Brand/Marketer of the Year Award at the ceremony. This marks the second consecutive year that Google will team with FAB, having sponsored the same awards last year.

Creative agency AMV BBDO is the reigning Agency of the Year, while Mars, Incorporated bagged the Brand/Marketer of the Year award in 2015.

Entry submissions for The 18th FAB Awards are now closing with judging set to commence in April.