What a way to kick-start the week after Easter!

Four of our campaigns have been nominated for a SABRE EMEA award this year across a diverse range of categories.

The nominations include our New Pace of Change campaign with Fujitsu in the Research and Planning category, and our Black Fiveday Boom campaign with Salmon, which is up for the B2B prize.

We’ve also got a Cause-Related Marketing nomination for our consumer work on Azimo’s #BetterThanThat campaign, which aimed to dispel negative myths about migrants.

Check out the video below if you haven’t already – pretty powerful stuff, and a brilliant example of the positive impact brands can have when they communicate in the right way:

This fantastic news follows on from our two SABRE nominations last year and being named 2016 Technology PR Agency of the Year.

The winners will be announced during Holmes Report’s annual awards dinner at the Roundhouse in London on 23rd May.

Good luck to all those who’ve been nominated – we’ll see you there!

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