On Monday 16th October, our team was awarded ‘gold’ at the Digital Impact Awards for our work with Staysure on ‘Traveling with a mental illness’.
Staysure: traveling and mental health
This achievement at the eighth annual award recognizes our excellence in communication and content strategies, and the creative collaborative approach we take to our work. We’re incredibly humbled to have received the award, as our success highlights our focus on ensuring our campaigns are not only engaging and innovative, but also highly performant. It’s these characteristics and our intelligent hiring approach, that helps deliver a 95% client retention rate and award-winning campaigns.
It was through a collaborative ideation session with Staysure, the topic of mental health came to light. Thorough illustrations created by Loren Conner, an artist with first-hand experience of mental health issues, we brought a series of illustrations highlighting traveling with a mental illness to life.
Geoff Griffiths, Managing Director commented on the win:
We are extremely delighted to have won, and incredibly proud we could shine a light on the implications individuals with mental illness often face.
The Digital Impact Awards benchmark digital communications in the corporate space, an area that continues to innovate year on year. Held at the Brewery in central London, last night’s event welcomed attendees from a variety of companies and agencies, all vying for the coveted prizes on offer.
Andrew Thomas, publishing editor of Communicate Magazine and founder of the Digital Impact Awards, says:
Last year was one of the most competitive years in the entire history of the awards programme. Yet, this year’s awards signified the leaps and bounds that digital communications are continuing to make across the professional plateau. The sheer quality and character of the evenings award winners exemplifies not only the homogeneity of today’s digital communications, but equally it’s importance.
If you’re interested in learning more about our work with Staysure on ‘Travelling with a mental illness’, you can view the case study here.
We would like to thank the Digital Impact Awards for hosting a wonderful evening, and would like to congratulate all the other agencies in attendance last night.