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Award-winning emotive project, Decisions in Time, nominated as a finalist in yet more pharmaceutical awards

emotive is delighted to announce that Decisions in Time has been judged a finalist in three categories at the prestigious Pharmaceutical Marketing Effectiveness Awards 2014.



emotive is thrilled to announce that Decisions in Time, a Med Ed interactive case studies programme for Novo Nordisk, has just been judged as a finalist in three categories at the Pharmaceutical Market Excellence Awards 2014.

The Pharmaceutical Marketing Effectiveness Awards (PMEA 2014), to be held in London on Wednesday 12th November 2014, recognise and commend excellence, best practice and innovation in local, European, and international healthcare markets.

Decisions in Time has been nominated in the following three prestigious categories:
-        The Judges’ Special Award for Innovation
-        Excellence via Digital/Social Media
-        Excellence in Customer Focus

Decisions in Time 
has already won the Special Award for Innovation at the Communiqué Awards earlier this year and is a finalist in two award catorgies this Thursday at the 2014 PM Society Digital Media Awards. Along with emotive projects like Diabetes Voyager and OAB Health Economics and Neil Kumar being nominated for Account Manager of the Year, emotive is a finalist for a total of six awards this Thursday.

For more information on how emotive can help you deliver award-winning, innovative and digital solutions, please get in touch with Steve Dunn,stephen@thinkemotive.com or call +44 207 148 0408.

24th September 2014

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