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Webby Awards announces NATIVE VML as Honouree

NATIVE VML has been announced as Honouree at this year's 18th Annual Webby Awards, an award ceremony for excellence on the internet presented annually by The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences.
Webby Awards announces NATIVE VML as Honouree - NATIVE VML
The Agency received honourees for The Exchange ( in the Public Service & Activism category, as well as Hollard Ascend in the Financial Services Banking category.

"This is the first time NATIVE VML has been honoured at the Webby Awards and it is a proud reflection of our digital heritage. Over the past three years, NATIVE VML has evolved from being a digital specialist into a strategically and creatively-led agency, but we are still proud of our digital roots," says Jason Xenopoulos, NATIVE VML CEO.

VML, the partner brand of NATIVE VML, has a total of 16 Nominees and Honourees globally at this year's Webby Awards. There were over 12,000 entries received from all over the world.

Each of the six VML Nominees is one of the best five in its category, and are now competing for The Webby Award and The Webby People's Voice Award.


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