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Hope&Glory, W Communications bag top awards

Hope&Glory, W Communications bag top awards

Hope&Glory Awards

Hope&Glory and W Communications emerged as leading winners at a recent London event, bagging three awards each. They gained praise for their creative promotional campaigns specifically for clients like Shelter, Trainline, Missing People, IKEA, and Grow To Know. This triumph is a credit to their commitment to innovative communication strategies.

Other notable achievers were Havas, Lucky Generals, SBW Advertising, Storycatchers, and BCW/VML/Wavemaker. These agencies took home two awards each for their efforts to amplify brands such as the NHS Blood and Transplant, Make My Money Matter, the Welsh Government, and Network Rail. All of these campaigns were groundbreaking in their strategy and creative execution, solidifying their positions in the advertising industry.

The event recognised the efforts of the best campaigns, agencies, brands, public sector entities, charities, and NGOs across the EMEA region throughout the past year.

Top honours for Hope&Glory, W Communications

The jury, made up of respected industry professionals, celebrated the participants’ contributions and praised them for their innovative efforts.

On another note, the US clothing brand Abercrombie & Fitch Co. has contracted a London-based consumer PR agency to elevate their brand image in the UK. The agency will strive to reposition Abercrombie & Fitch Co. and improve its appeal to UK consumers, facilitating their growth in the competitive UK retail environment.

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Additionally, Boldspace, a “brand value agency”, has appointed a new communications head for its corporate and b2b departments. Concurrently, the CEO of a renowned London-based media intelligence firm has been appointed the new chair of the International Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC). These new appointments indicate the ongoing changes across communication and marketing sectors, as they continuously adapt to the digital sphere.

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