Omobono’s excellence in digital stakeholder communications was recognised at last night’s Digital Impact Awards. Omobono won a silver award for best use of digital in professional services, and highly commended for best digital communication as part of an integrated campaign, for our work with a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company.
Omobono won silver for our work on a global platform for sustainable business development, which involved C-suite thought leaders and over 4,400 people in 90+ countries, and was delivered without anyone getting on a plane. The highly commended project was a digital thought leadership campaign that showcased our client’s expertise, maximised engagement and generated new sales.
The Digital Impact Awards set the industry-wide benchmark in digital communications, and have done so since 2009. Launched by Communicate magazine, the awards are the biggest European celebration of digital stakeholder engagement. Last night’s ceremony, at The Brewery in London, was hosted by BBC Science correspondent Steve Mould, and honoured the best digital work this year.
“We’re delighted to get recognition for the excellent work that our client and the team at Omobono have put into these innovative digital projects. There were some great brands and campaigns up for awards, and it’s fantastic to be recognised for our excellence among such good company.” – Francesca Brosan, Chairman, Omobono
“This is the fourth year for the Digital Impact Awards and the change from then until now is immense. No longer are digital channels or platforms included in a campaign because they are the new, shiny thing. They are employed because they are the right thing. And each year the benchmark of creativity, strategy and implementation that defines Digital Impact Awards winners gets higher.” – Andrew Thomas, publishing editor of Communicate magazine