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Three emotive entries shortlisted as finalists at the 2015 PM Society Awards

Wonderful news to end off 2014 as three emotive projects are shortlisted as finalists at the PM Society Awards



What a way to close of the highest achieving award winning year for emotive. With entries from over 55 agencies and 70 clients, we are extremely excited to be shortlisted for three separate Awards yet again at another prestigious industry event, the PM Society Awards.

Our educational virtual reality project Diabetes Voyager (DV) for Novo Nordisk has been nominated for two craft awards – Digital Interactive as well as the Events and Exhibition awards. Our interactive workshop Decisions in Time (DiT) has been nominated for the Geoff Brook Innovation award.

The ceremony will take place on Friday, 30th January 2015 at the Grosvenor House. It has been a great year for DiT as it has already taken the gold at the PM Digital Media awards for Digital solution for congress/symposium as well as winning the Judge’s Special Award for Innovation in Healthcare Communication at Communiqué 2014 plus the award for Excellence via Digital/Social Media at the 2014 Pharmaceutical Market Excellence Awards (PMEA). DV has most recently taken one of just a handful of Silvers at the 2014 Rx Club awards.

This is a great way to top off a great year for emotive and sets us up for an exciting 2015.

For more information on how emotive can help you deliver award-winning, healthcare innovation and digital solutions, please get in touch with Chris Edmonds, chris@thinkemotive.com or call +44 207 148 0408.

12th December 2014

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