Earnezt wins at Global ACE and B2B Elevation Awards

Earnezt is delighted to share the news that not only are we an award-winning agency at this years Global Ace Awards and B2B Elevation Awards, but that we are a multiple award-winning agency – for our work with Mastercard, McGill and Partners and Truveris.

The Global Ace Awards, hosted by ANA Business Marketing NYC, took place on July 21st and are judged by an international roster of leading agency and client-side creatives. In ANA Business Marketing NYC’s own words; “Only the best creative work in B2B wins at the ACEs”, which is why it gives us no small amount of pride to have been recognised across multiple categories.

For our work with the industry-shaking new broking startup McGill and Partners, we won in both Corporate Image: Design System and Microsite.

Our mysterious black box experience for Truveris at HLTH 2019 won Event/ Tradeshow Marketing: Booth Design/ Experience/ Campaign.

And we were also the runner-up in Website for YSC:

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(Header photo: Rich Smith on Unsplash)

Our wins at the Global ACE Awards also come hot on the heels of another successful award show appearance in May.

The B2B Marketing Elevation Awards is the US sister awards program of the B2B Marketing Awards held annually in London. By the end of this year’s ceremony, Earnezt had three Gold awards:

• Best use of thought leadership‘Welcome to the Frictionless Future’, Mastercard
• Best use of live event marketing – ‘Beating the trade show blues’, Truveris
• Best use of creative – ‘Shining a light on the black box of pharmacy benefits’, Truveris

It is deeply gratifying not only for us, but for our clients too, to see this work recognised by our peers in the B2B marketing community. It’s an encouraging reminder that our instincts for driving the humdrum out of B2B marketing continue to be impactful and on point.

If you would like to talk to us about a future project you have in mind, or even a brief that’s ready to go right now, we would always love to hear from you.

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(Header photo: Rich Smith on Unsplash)