Awards season is upon us.
Or should I say, awards season has descended?
In any event, it is here.
Just now I received an email from one of the big art auction houses. I go to an occasional auction and like to browse their catalogs because, well, just because.
It’s either nice or enervating to imagine the things you could have if you had a couple billion dollars.
Everything from Ferraris, to Phyfe, to fine art.
Then I saw it.
A chemist had put his Nobel Prize up for sale.
The price? Between $450,000 and $550,000.
Now, that’s an award, I said to myself.
Nearly everyone these days has a Lion, a Cube, and a Pencil.
But a 24K gold Nobel Prize?
Imagine how that would play in a new business pitch.
The only agency with a Nobel Prize.
It’s an award that pay for itself in new business.
Think about it.