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emotive project Decisions in Time wins gold for the Digital solution for congress/symposium at the 2014 PM Digital Media Awards

emotive project Decision in Time wins gold for Digital solution for congress/symposium and takes away three more awards at the 2014 PM Digital Media Awards



emotive is extremely proud to announce that Decisions in Time has won gold for the Digital solution for congress/symposium at the 2014 PM Digital Media Awards.

Decisions in Time had also taken silver for the Healthcare professional educational programme. Other emotive projects OAB Health Economicswon silver in the Craft Award – Mobile and Diabetes Voyager won bronze in the Innovation Award – Pushing Boundaries. emotive client Adam Boucher from Novo Nordisk had also won the Digital Pioneer Award 2014.

The awards ceremony, held at The Brewery in London on 25th September 2014, brought together over 400 guests from the pharma and life science industries to recognise digital innovation and best practice.

Chris Edmonds, Managing Director at emotive, said “emotive is thrilled with the success of the awards as it is a testament to our mission of combining strategic insight, technology, amazing client service and excellent execution to deliver emotionally engaging innovative experiences.”

To get more details about Decisions in TimeOAB Health EconomicsDiabetes Voyager and our other digital projects, visit http://www.thinkemotive.com/work

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

26th September 2014

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