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The Creative Floor Healthcare Awards finalists announced

11-London, Concentric and Havas Just are among those shortlisted

The Creative Floor Healthcare AwardsFinalists for this year's The Creative Floor Healthcare Awards have been announced, with only the top 3% of each category shortlisted.

Forty global agencies made it through to the final round of the awards, which is in its third year.

Among those that made the cut are 11-London, Concentric Health Experience, Havas Just, Neon, Saatchi & Saatchi Wellness and The Bloc.

Each entrant was judged by a panel of consumer and healthcare creatives and tech entrepreneurs that featured representatives from the likes of Moshi Monsters and Publicis Healthcare.

Founder of the awards Shaheed Peera thanked both the judges and everybody who entered, adding: “Not only are you helping to raise the industry's creative standards and profile, but you're also contributing to our Talent and Diversity Fund.

“The fund will continue to help a generation of untapped talent find their way into health and wellness agencies.”

The Creative Floor Healthcare Awards will take place in London on 14 July.

Article by
Rebecca Clifford

2nd June 2016

From: Marketing

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