Four OVATION Awards for client work at IABC Toronto Gala

May 28, 2015

TORONTO, May 28, 2015  – Last night at IABC/Toronto’s annual gala, Environics Communications was honoured with four OVATION Awards for outstanding client programs. In addition to these four awards, the integrated marketing firm was also named Large Agency of the Year for the second year in a row. The awards received by Environics Communications represent a variety of exceptional campaigns conducted on behalf of the firm’s clients in 2014.

“The OVATION awards we’ve received demonstrate the wide range of work we do – campaigns that change perceptions around household names, generate awareness for previously un-sung brands, or showcase unique, first-of-their-kind corporate initiatives,” said Bruce MacLellan, Chairman and CEO of Environics Communications. “We’re proud of the multi-faceted campaigns that attracted praise from this year’s judges, and thank them, as well as our wonderful clients, for the opportunities to showcase our work.”

The complete list of OVATION awards won by Environics Communications includes:

  • Excellence: Shopper’s Drug Mart – Flu Immunization Campaign
    • Media Relations (over $100,000)
  • Excellence: SOCAN – Jingle all the way to the Cash Register: Impact of Holiday Music on the Shopping Experience
    • Media Relations (up to $50,000)
  • Excellence: Fairmont Pollinator Bee Hotel Launch
    • Social Responsibility including Economic, Societal and Environmental Development
  • Merit: The Home Depot Canada – WINK
    • Special Events (up to $50,000)

 

About Environics Communications
With 235+ awards for client work, over 120 staff in Canada and the United States and annual fee income of more than $15 million, Environics Communications offers modern communications solutions for the trust marketing era. Content champions and brand stewards to some of North America’s most respected and well-known brands, Environics Communications’ strategic approach is guided by data-driven research, deep subject expertise and smart creative. Ranking #4 on the Great Place to Work® 2014 list of Canada’s 50 Best Workplaces, and carbon neutral since June 2008, the firm has offices in Washington, Toronto, Montréal and Ottawa, as well as affiliates throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

About IABC/Toronto
IABC was founded in 1970 and currently operates in more than 80 countries, with more than 100 chapters worldwide. IABC/Toronto is recognized as the association’s largest chapter in the world with more than 1,500 members. The organization is focused on providing members with professional resources and a network of more than 13,000 communicators, internationally. For more information visit, http://toronto.iabc.com

SOURCE Environics Communications, Inc.

For further information:

Deane Code, Environics Communications, 416-969-2826, dcode@environics.sandbox