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UK's European IMC Awards 2014

The IPM held the UK’s European IMC Awards 2014 drinks reception tonight where 6 UK agencies collected bronze, silver and gold trophies.   

23 Red and Arc picked up two awards apiece, the former with a gold award for Stoptober, and a silver award for Be Food Smart, the latter won gold and silver in the RNLI Respect the Water campaign. 

Savvy won a silver awards for Morrisons sponsorship of Saturday Night Takeaway. Whynot! Were awarded a bronze for Anchor Rewards Club.   

IMCC Chairman, Ondrej Gottwald, said: "I am glad to say that this was another successful year for the IMC European Awards with an overall increase in the quality of entries. Finalists from 7 countries across Europe have been selected which shows that our region has a great interest in integrated marketing. What is more, it was great to see that aside from commercial communications campaigns, many entries promote charities of non-profit initiatives, making a positive impact on important social causes.”    

IPM chairman director Becky Munday congratulated all the agencies and their clients, and then presented everyone with the awards they had won.     

EACA will offer gold winners the chance to enrol in the online IMCC International Diploma course for free. The diploma covers all promotions communicated via media and various channels such as web, mobile and experiential.    

The IMC European Awards are open to national award winners in the nine member countries of the Integrated Marketing Communications Council (IMC) of Europe and are managed by EACA, with the assistance of the IMCC and with the support of WARC and Adforum.    

The selection was made by a jury panel made up of 60 industry professionals from across Europe. The complete list of winners from all across Europe will be released end of November.     

        Agency  - 23 Red
      Award   - Gold
     Campaign   - Stoptober
     Client   -   Public Health England
     Category   - Cause, Charity/Non-profit Marketing or Social 

        Agency  - 23 Red
      Award   - Silver
     Campaign   - Be Food Smart
     Client   -   Public Health England
     Category   - Cause, Charity/Non-profit Marketing or Social 

        Agency  - Arc
      Award   - Gold & Silver
     Campaign   - Respect the Water 
     Client   -   Royal National Lifeboat Institution
     Category   - Cause, Charity/Non-profit Marketing or Social 
                            - Integrated Communication

        Agency  - Savvy Marketing
      Award   - Silver
     Campaign   - Morrisons sponsorship of Saturday Night Takeaway
     Client   -   Morrisons
     Category   - Retail or Trade Marketing

        Agency  - whynot!
      Award   - Bronze
     Campaign   - Anchor Rewards Club
     Client   -   Arla Foods Ltd
     Category   - Loyalty

Only campaigns which have won an award in their own national awards programme are eligible for entry to The IMC Awards. In the UK, winning an IPM Award is the only way to enter the IMC Awards. The Call for entries for 2015 will be up soon. 

For further information about The IPM Awards 2015 please contact our membership team Stacey at 020 7291 7743/ staceyd@theipm.org.uk who will be happy to help with all enquiries.