Actress Heart Evangelista has added another credible endorsement on her plate when she recently joined the team of IAM Worldwide as brand ambassador.
IAM Worldwide is an up and coming networking company whose purpose is to bring real change in the people’s total well-being including health, prosperity, and balance. It’s objective is to enrich the lives of their customers, distributors, employees, and the community by providing the best-in-market business opportunities, and to be at the forefront of bringing world-class quality products.
Heart, who has always been meticulous about the products and companies she endorses, has agreed to give her stamp of approval to IAM WorldWide, convinced that the newly-established company is destined to make a difference in the lives of people.
Heart was signed as the company’s brand ambassador on Aug. 6 during an elaborate event held at the Manila House Private Membership Club elegantly styled by Robert Blancaflor. The Kapuso star was accompanied by GMA Artist Center team led by Simoun Ferrer.
IAM Worldwide executives led by VP Aika Lorraine Uy and President Allen Marvin Eder were there to welcome Heart to the team. They said that the actress and known brand endorser was handpicked to be the brand ambassador “because she exemplifies the vision of IAM WorldWide to inspire people.”
The occasion also served as a celebration for the awards and citations received recently by the IAM Worldwide team from the Asian Networkers Convention and Expo (ANCE). Aika Lorraine Uy was named Business Leader of the Year 2019 while Allen Marvin Eder received the Vision Excellence Award 2019. Joanna Mañego (General Manager) received the Best New Company Award 2019 on behalf of IAM Worldwide Corporation, while Precious Grace Capili (Diamond Elite Executive), and Hermelino Razon (Ruby Elite Executive) bagged the Best Leaders of the Year Award.
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