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Hylink Named a “2019 Perfect Partner” at WPI’s Silicon Beach Global Summit

05-07-2019

By Jasmine Lee

Last week, Worldwide Partners (WPI) presented Hylink U.S. with a Perfect Partner Award on the final night of their global summit in Silicon Beach. This is Hylink’s first award since joining the network in 2018.

The Perfect Partner Award recognizes “partners that are progressive and innovative, have responded rapidly, turned over backwards to get the job done, worked as an extended arm of other agencies, and acted with the highest integrity throughout the entire process. In short, Perfect Partners represent the ideals of the network.”

The global summit was held in Los Angeles’ burgeoning Silicon Beach this year, home to leaders across media, tech, and advertising. The event, focused on the concept of ‘currency of ideas,’ bringing together brands and agencies to share their visions of innovation and expansion fueled by creativity.

WPI is a global network of owner-led, marketing service agencies that share an independent spirit and entrepreneurial drive to build commerce through connectivity, creativity, and collaboration. As one of the world’s largest agency networks, WPI has 70 independent advertising agency partners in over 40 countries.

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