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The Creative Floor Healthcare Awards finalists announced

McCann Health London, Havas Lynx and Concentric are among those shortlisted

TCFFinalists for this year’s Creative Floor Healthcare Awards have been announced, with more countries entering this year delivering ‘record-breaking’ results.

Among those selected as finalists are Havas Lynx - formerly known as Euro RSCG Life 4D and Creative Lynx - and Concentric Health Experience who won last year’s patient and consumer category for best website.

Meanwhile McCann Health London, Pharma International Japan and CDM London - which won a total of three awards last year for its poster campaign, individual poster and best symposium for the Healthcare Professional category - are also in the running.

Shaheed Peera, founder of The Creative Floor Healthcare Awards, said: “Our judges have dedicated a lot of time and effort in ruthlessly selecting world-class work and talent.

“A big thank you to all the agencies who entered. Not only are you helping to raise industries creative standards but you’re also contributing to our Talent and Diversity Fund.”

The awards - founded in 2014 - are currently in their fourth year and it’s the only health and wellness award show to donate a proportion of its profits towards a talent and diversity fund, raising over £20,000 in two years.

“The fund will continue to help a generation of underprivileged talent and diversity find their way into health and wellness agencies,” continued Peera.

The Creative Floor Healthcare Awards ceremony will be held on 27 July.

Article by
Gemma Jones

14th June 2017

From: Marketing

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