Johannesburg, 1 July 2016

The MOST Awards is an annual highlight for the media industry and is not only a celebration of excellence in service delivery in the sector, but a valued networking opportunity for media owner and media agency professionals. This year’s event is being held at the Wanderer’s Club in Illovo, Johannesburg on 13 September.

Early bird tickets are on sale from 1-15 July for R387 (incl. VAT), thereafter tickets will be sold at the full price of R431 (incl. VAT) up until 12 September. To book and to secure a place at the 8th MOST Awards ceremony click here or go onto The Media Online and click on the banner/button to access the online booking form.

Four Reasons to Buy Tickets for MOST

  1. Experience a fabulous entrance area with exciting surprises courtesy of Ads24
  2. Discover this year’s winners while being entertained by MC Jason Golliath
  3. Celebrate after the formalities in the stylish chill room hosted by SABC
  4. Get home safely in your own car driven by Good Fellas, a new sponsor of the MOST Awards

“We are looking forward to a spectacular event this year. The main Wanderers Club has been revamped and is perfectly suited to the MOST Awards. Easy access, secure parking, a classy setting, superb food and services make this an ideal venue for our event. 740 media professionals attended the MOST Awards last year and we expect a celebration of a similar magnitude this year,” says Sandra Gordon, Founder of the awards.

Background to the MOST Awards

The overall goal of the MOST Awards is to inspire media owners and media agencies to improve the efficacy of their businesses through service performance. After seven years of collecting data, trends indicate the MOST Awards initiative has positively influenced the media sector.  

The awards celebrate excellence in the media industry and encourage healthy competition, and as a result better performance. Competitiveness in the media industry has increased, but there is also better cooperation and communication between media owners and media agencies.  Enhancements have been made to the survey this year to ensure the robustness of the research.

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