1 March 2016

Four nominations for Synergy, ODEON and Aviva

It may only be mid week but we’re already celebrating at Synergy, as we’ve just heard that we’ve made the shortlist for not one, not two, not three, but FOUR awards!

The nominations recognise the fantastic work of clients including ODEON & UCI Cinemas and Aviva, but we’re also up for Best Agency! This is hot on the heels of our news earlier this month, where we placed in the Recommended Agency Register’s Top 100 List.

Employer Brand Management Awards…

ODEON & UCI Cinemas have been shortlisted for the Employer Brand Management Award’s Best On-going Commitment to Employer Branding. This recognises the journey that we’ve been on with ODEON & UCI to define, launch and roll out its new employer brand.

The IC Brilliance Awards…

Not only are we up for Best Agency, but ODEON & UCI’s employer brand is also nominated for Best Innovation and our half-year financial results campaign for Aviva is shortlisted for Best Internal Comms Campaign.

The grand reveal…

The IC Brilliance Award winners are revealed on 15th March with The Employer Brand Management Awards a few short weeks later on 26th April. Follow us on twitter @synergycreative to see if we walk away with some shiny new awards!

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