It’s not the winning, it’s the taking part, or so they say.

Only, it turns out the winning bit is really, really good as well.

Team Harvard rocked Camden’s Roundhouse last night, taking home the Holmes Report SABRE Gold award for B2B Marketing for our work with Fujitsu on the integrated DataHeaven vs. DataGeddon campaign.

Fending off stiff competition, we scooped Gold for a campaign that not only delivered some scintillating press coverage (including The Telegraph, Daily Mail, Daily Express and Financial Times) and content, but astonishing results from a sales point of view as well.

A few sore heads aside, it’s smiles all round at Holborn Gate this morning with most of the team taking it in turns to house the trophy on their desks. With the Marketing Week Engage awards still to come, we’re hoping to make it a DataHeaven double before the summer’s out.

Huge congratulations to everyone who came away with an award last night, and all of the shortlisted entrants. We were honoured to be in such distinguished company.

Check out some of our pics from the night below.

Photo credit: Didriks on Flickr

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