Ivy out in front as votes pour infor FHM 100 Media Doors

The first week of voting for FHM 100 Media Doors has landed media's favourite restaurant, The Ivy, top of the league.

Ivy out in front as votes pour infor FHM 100 Media Doors
Ivy out in front as votes pour infor FHM 100 Media Doors

MediaWeek has joined forces with leading men's magazine FHM to find the 100 most important addresses in media and voting has reached triple figures already. Members of the media world are casting votes through the survey's microsite.

The results will be published in a booklet in January, providing a must-have guide on best places to drink, eat, shop and sleep.

Big names in the industry, including Carat's Neil Jones, Feather Brooksbank's Stuart Feather and Clear Channel's Stevie Spring, have chosen the list of nominees, covering 13 categories, ranging from favourite venues to celebrate an account win, to best places to detox.

So far, agencies most eager to have their say are Carat and OMD UK, while The Ivy is front runner in the "best place to schmooze clients" category.
Selfridges is proving the most popular venue to buy an outfit for an important media meeting.

Our judges have also drawn up their own top 100. Anyone who makes the same selection in each category as the judges, will enter a draw for prizes including an iPhoto and PSP each for most successful male and female contestant.

Visit the 100 Doors Microsite at www.fhm100mediadoors.com or you can follow the link from www.mediaweek.co.uk.

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