The Prince of Wales Visits Singapore to Accept the Singapore Prize

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Whether you’re an established marketer or a rising star, the Marketing Excellence Awards recognises the best of Singapore’s marketing talents. A distinguished panel of senior client-side marketers will judge each entry to ensure a fair and impartial assessment of the submissions. Winners will be crowned ‘Marketer of the Year’ across each category and receive a coveted trophy.

The award was first presented in 2022, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic the ceremony had to be postponed. This year the prize was awarded at a ceremony in the city-state on 1 August. Vienna Mayor Michael Ludwig accepted the award in front of a large audience, including colleagues from all over the world, a prestigious honour for the city.

During his trip, the Prince will meet with Singaporeans to see how local organisations are working to protect and restore the planet. He will also attend a global summit on illegal wildlife trade, with representatives from law enforcement agencies and conservation groups. He will also try his hand at dragon boating, a popular sport in Singapore.

He will also take part in a community clean-up at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, and visit the Rain Vortex attraction at Jewel Changi Airport. The world’s biggest indoor waterfall is home to more than 2,000 gallons of water and a host of tropical plants. The prince will plant a tree at the site to mark his visit, and will also take part in other activities organised by the organisers.

In keeping with the sustainability theme of this year’s awards, William wore a 10-year-old dark green suit from Alexander McQueen for the event at MediaCorp Theatre. He and other presenters walked the “green carpet” made from recycled materials. Actors Donnie Yen, Lana Condor and Nomzano Mbatha – along with singers Bastille and One Republic – performed at the glitzy ceremony.

The Royal couple will then fly to Hong Kong, where the Prince will attend a United for Wildlife global summit to address the issue of the illegal trade in wildlife products. It is hoped that the conference will bring together leaders from governments, businesses and other stakeholders from around the world to tackle the problem.

The medal, which was designed by renowned American artist Peter Voulkos, features a stylised rosette of undulating folds, with on the obverse a disc engraved with “SINGAPORE” and the state emblem of Singapore. It is the only medal that recognises individuals and groups who have gone above and beyond their duties to serve society at a pivotal time. It is a symbol of the nation’s shared commitment to public service and to uphold the values of a healthy civil society. It is an inspiration for all to strive for the highest standards in their professional and personal lives. The medal is minted in silver and bears the State Arms of Singapore. It is a valuable and distinctive memento to be treasured. The medal was first minted in 1998 and is available for purchase from the National Collection of Medals.

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