by Wardour – Feb 06, 2019
Our long-running work with the BHF on the Heart Matters programme won Gold for Best branded content publication, Best interactive content and Best long-term use of content. A very different project, an interactive exhibition we created for property company British Land on a barge moored at Paddington Central, won Gold for Best use of content in a live or experiential setting.
Other clients recognised at the awards, held at the Grand Connaught Rooms in central London, were Deutsche Bank, Dolfin, G4S, London Stock Exchange Group, Renewi and St. James’s Place. In total we won four Golds, two Silvers and four Bronzes, while a further two entries were Highly Commended.
Wardour’s CEO, Martin MacConnol, commented:
“Content is at the heart of everything we do, and we’re delighted with the four Gold awards in particular. It’s also pleasing that the awards recognise the breadth of the content Wardour produces, from print to video to interactive content, and even a barge. We’re immensely proud of all our work, and it’s very gratifying to have the quality and effectiveness of it recognised by the judges.”
More information about the awards can be found here: http://www.communicatemagazine.com/awards/corporate-content-awards/overview/
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Published Feb 06, 2019