One week, two cities, two award ceremonies and six nominations….Hot on the heels of last Monday’s CIPR ‘Best Event’ award for the Truvia Voyage of Discovery, team Kaizo headed over to Brussels for the EMEA Sabre Awards last night. Not only had our campaign for Gemalto ‘NFC: Hitting the Streets’ already been recognised in the Silver Best Viral Video category, but we were also up for another two for our UK launch of Truvia; SABRE’s Gold Award for UK & Ireland and most excitingly the SABRE Diamond Award for Superior Achievement in Brand Building.
Although, we didn’t manage a 100% win rate, we were over the moon to bring home the SABRE Diamond Award for Superior Achievement in Brand Building!
Kaizo wins SABRE Diamond Award for Superior Achievement in Brand Building
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Special awards will be given to team Kaizo members Rosemary Brook and Emma Knott who sacrificed their livers to attend both ceremonies!
If you want to check out the winning campaign, watch the video below!
At a PR star studded night, Kaizo picked up two awards at the European Sabre Awards held at the Roundhouse in London.
In the product category we picked up the award for best European Webcast for our campaign for Unilever entitled “What If People’s Hearts Stayed Young?” which promoted globally a joint initiative with the WHF as well as encouraging uptake of Unilever Becel’s Heart Age online tool. The campaign was also shortlisted in the Best Multi Country Programme Category.
We also picked up the awards for Best European Product Media Relations for “Do you Flip?” a campaign for Flip Video (part of Cisco) to drive awareness and sales amongst youth audiences and mums. The campaign also picked up a certificate of Excellence for Best use of Broadcast for the same campaign.
Both awards have taken pride of place in our reception and are having hourly polishes…