Our own Alex Quince has won the award for “The Andrew Jones Young Person of the Year Award” at the IABM annual conference this month.
He was presented with the award by Lucinda Meek, Financial Director at the IABM (pic above).
According to the IABM: “This award recognises someone under 25 years old and new to the industry for their hard work, diligence and potential. Encouraging the flow of young talent into the industry is vital for its continuing development and success. IABM recognizes this through its extensive training activities and educational initiatives.”
Alex joined dB Broadcast last year and has made a real impact since, while working on projects in Acton and Chiswick Park. These are a few of the comments from his colleagues:
Jim Nicholl: “Alex has shown he can integrate with a large complex team structure, with a variety of personalities, quickly and effectively. Importantly, this is not limited to our team but extends into the client team. He has shown he is dedicated and committed to whatever set of tasks he is asked to undertake. Nothing is too much trouble.”
Phil Keeler: “Calm confidence…Team player…Hard work – His work ethic is one of his best qualities. This manifests in a commitment to any and all tasks he decides to tackle.”
Nigel Woodman: “Enthusiastic and a good communicator. He is capable of discussing complex issues with clients and colleagues, and does not readily relinquish a conviction about the right way to do things. He is not afraid to commit to working extended hours to close off work in progress or to resolve system issues.”
Pic below shows (l to r): David Bird, Alex Quince, John Ive (Director Strategic Insight at IABM)