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PMEA 2005: Winners in pictures

Here is the complete list of winners and finalists of the Pharmaceutical Marketing Effectiveness Awards 2005
Here is the complete list of winners and finalists of the Pharmaceutical Marketing Effectiveness Awards 2005.


Product Launch of the Year
Winner: Protelos by Servier Laboratories (submitted by Athena Medical PR)


Marketing Campaign of the Year

Winner: Crestor: Tell The Truth, Be Proud by AstraZeneca UK


European Marketing Campaign of the Year

Winner: Vaniqa - restoring femininity, changing minds by Shire Pharmaceuticals (submitted by PBC Communications)


Brand Revitalisation Award

Winner: Zoton FasTab Revitalised by Wyeth Pharmaceuticals


Therapy Franchise Award

Winner: Dermatology by Medlock Medical (submitted by The Foundry Communications)


OTC Marketing Campaign of the Year

Highly Commended: Zirtek ... Allergy relief not to be sniffed at by UCB Pharma
Winner: Calpol - Children's Medicine Specialist by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare (submitted by Munro & Forster)


Customer Focus Award

Winner: Diamicron MR - Focus on Fasting and Feasting in Asian Diabetes by Servier Laboratories (submitted by Athena Medical PR)


Patient Focus Award

Winner: Just One Bite by GlaxoSmithKline


Innovation Award

Winners: Dermatology by Medlock Medical (submitted by The Foundry Communications) & Subgam - The Butterfly Club by Bio Products Laboratory


Integrated Marketing Team

Winner: Seretide Promise - GlaxoSmithKline


PMEA Company of the Year Award (<£100m)

Winner: Servier Laboratories (submitted by Athena Medical PR)


PMEA Company of the Year

Sponsored by Solvay
Winner: GlaxoSmithKline UK Pharmaceuticals - Building, Building, Building

2nd September 2008

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