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emotive nominated in five categories at the PM Society 2014 Digital Media Awards!

emotive is proud to announce that Diabetes Voyager, Decisions in Time and the OAB Health Economics iPad app have been shortlisted as finalists in five categories at PM Society 2014 Digital Media Awards

emotive is excited to announce that all five innovative entries to this year’s PM Digital Awards have been announced as finalists.

Diabetes Voyager (DV) is an immersive virtual reality experience that takes users on an educational journey inside the body of a diabetes patient. Created for Novo Nordisk, DV has been nominated in the “Craft Award – Gamification” and the prestigious category of “Innovation Award ‘pushing boundaries’”.

Decisions in Time (DiT) is an interactive series of workshops, which recently won the 2014 Communique Judges’ Special Award for Innovation in Healthcare Communications. DiT, also for Novo Nordisk, has now been shortlisted in both the “Healthcare professional educational programme” and “Digital solution for congress / symposium” categories.

OAB Health Economics app, which won Highly Commended at the PM Society Awards earlier this year for Astellas, has now been nominated in the “Craft Award – Mobile” category.
The PM Society Digital Media Award recognises the best in innovation, creativity and effectiveness of digital marketing campaigns and activities across the healthcare industry.

emotive is a healthcare, innovation and digital agency committed to keeping clients ahead in today’s fast-growing and ever-changing digital environment. After last year’s success at various Awards, we are immensely proud that all of our entries are now finalists in these prestigious categories at the PM Digital Media Awards, the leading digital healthcare awards in our industry.

Winners of the PM Society Digital Media Awards will be announced on September 25th at the Awards ceremony.For more information on how emotive can help you deliver award-winning, innovative and digital solutions, please get in touch with Steve Dunn, or call +44 207 148 0408.

1st August 2014



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