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emotive leads agency field at Digital Awards

emotive continues its winning streak with 3 Golds and a Silver for two fantastically effective science and technology-led programmes at last night’s PM Digital Awards, to head the agency table of winners.



emotive continues its winning streak with 3 Golds and a Silver for two fantastically effective science and technology-led programmes at last night’s PM Digital Awards, to head the agency table of winners.

emotive was the most successful agency at this year’s PM Society Digital Awards, picking up a total of 4 awards; 3 Golds and a Silver. Virtual Valve, their innovative and immensely successful MedEd project using Virtual Reality for Edwards Lifesciences won Gold for Best Digital Solution for Congress or Meeting and Gold for Best Digital HCP Programme. It also collected Silver in the Innovation category in a tightly fought contest. Virtual Valve also had the honour of achieving the highest scoring entry in the entire awards. This project impressed the panel by its effective use of VR technology to achieve clear educational goals with a definite wow factor. Separately, their EYLEA Commissioning Toolkit for Bayer won Gold in the Market Access category.

emotive have now won Gold, Silver and Bronze PM Society Digital Awards in the last six years as well as multiple awards in other competitions such as Communiqué, PMEAs and PM Awards. On last night’s performance, Chris Edmonds, Managing Director, commented:

“This is a great night for emotive and for our clients Edwards Lifesciences and Bayer. The team performance on these projects was fantastic, a true testament to the way we work in close partnership with our European clients to make our unique blend of science technology work towards delivering better outcomes. Both of these projects involved the innovative use of technology and delivered high engagement and effectiveness on their key measures. I continue to be immensely proud of the incredible members of our dedicated and skilled team at emotive and delighted that our peers and client representatives see fit to reward our efforts and success with multiple awards.”

emotive is a science and technology-led healthcare communications agency who believe that creativity, innovation and the application of new technology can and will improve healthcare outcomes. To learn how we can help you, please e-mail our Client Services Director Adam Boucher (adam@thinkemotive.com) or call +44 (0) 207 148 0408.

28th April 2016

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