UNP - Blog Header2021 MarCom Awards Spotlight: UN Peacekeeping

2021 MarCom Awards Spotlight: UN Peacekeeping

We’ll continue to feature some of this year’s most noteworthy MarCom Awards entries throughout the competition.

MarCom Awards Organization: UN Peacekeeping
Location: New York, NY
Title of Entry: “UN Peacekeeping – The road to a lasting peace: Leveraging the power of youth for peace and security”
Category: Strategic Communications | Communications/Public Relations | 161c. Social Media Campaign ($185)

How to secure peace has always been a question before the United Nations. So is there a solution? The UN doesn’t have a definitive answer, but it recently implemented a public relations campaign that it hopes will spread the possibility. The UN targeted the youth in various countries. Instead of youth being the victims or the perpetrators of war and violence, the UN tasked young people with being ambassadors of peace.

Throughout May 2021, the UN populated social media channels with engaging visuals, playful GIFs, entertaining word games, youthful and dynamic graphics, videos and vlogs, and inspiring quote cards. The UN also hosted live discussions and Instagram take overs, launched a brand-new account on TikTok, and published stories from young people narrating their experience in conflict-ridden zones and how they make a difference in the lives of their communities.

Overall the campaign generated six million impressions, significantly increasing engagements and views across the board.

The deadline for the 2021 MarCom Awards is September 16th. Enter now, before it’s too late.

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blog header2021 Communitas Awards Spotlight: One Vision Productions

2021 Communitas Awards Spotlight: One Vision Productions

We’ll continue to feature some of this year’s most noteworthy Communitas Awards entries throughout the competition. 

Communitas Awards

Organization: One Vision Productions, LLC
Location: Atlanta, GA
Title of Entry: “Servant Leadership”
Category: 10. Community Service and Corporate Social Responsibility | Community Service and Corporate Social Responsibility | Leadership in Community Service and Corporate Social Responsibility

Forrest Tuff dedicates his life to helping others. He consistently finds avenues to give back to youth, citizens, and the business community. He is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, public speaker, and coach that utilizes his various professional platforms to impact the community.

He is CEO of One Vision Productions, an award-winning multimedia agency, whose clientele ranges from small businesses to Fortune 100 companies. It has been named one of Atlanta’s “Best and Brightest” Companies to Work For (2015-2020) by the National Association of Business Resources for adhering to best practices, trends, and vital information benefiting the company and its employees. In 2021, he was recognized as one of Atlanta’s 500 Most Powerful Business Leaders.

As an advocate for servant leadership, Forrest founded a Pay It Forward grant in 2014 that is annually awarded to a nonprofit organization. He is a SCORE certified pro bono business mentor and Master Life Coach that has helped thousands of clients looking to start a business and live a purposeful life. Forrest also serves as a youth coach and mentor. He is a Business and Industry Advisory Council Member for Paul Duke STEM High School, Business Coach for 3DE Schools by Junior Achievement, and Toastmasters Youth Leadership program facilitator. He was voted among the “Top 100 Transformational Leaders” by the John Maxwell Team and is a recipient of the President’s Call to Service Award for completing 4,000+ hours of community service.

Forrest is a humanitarian that gives selflessly to his community. He is responsible, a man of integrity, well-respected, and his positive impact is felt by everyone he encounters.

To view their winning submission, click here.

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TPM - Blog Header2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: Tipping Point Media, LLC

2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: Tipping Point Media, LLC

We’ll continue to feature some of this year’s most noteworthy Hermes Creative Awards entries throughout the competition. 

Hermes Creative Awards

Organization: Tipping Point Media, LLC
Location: Malvern, PA
Title of Entry: “Augmented Reality Selling Simulator”
Category: 107c. Electronic Media / Social Media / Interactive Media | Mobile & Web-Based Technology | Mobile

Immersive technology continues to expand across platforms and uses. Tipping Point Media near Philadelphia, which specializes in augmented and digital technology, recently created an app for mobile devices that pushes the boundaries. The user moves the smartphone or tablet to scan the environment until a door appears. The user then can literally walk through a VR door and into another room. In this case, the sales simulator program creates a doctor’s office. The user can start a conversation with anyone in the room; doctor, nurse, or even patient–no goggles required. The real world is transformed into a virtual set.

To view their full submission, click here.

The Extended Deadline for the 2021 Hermes Creative Awards is Thursday, April 22nd. Enter now while there’s still time.

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AVC - Blog Header2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: Active Voice Communications

2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: Active Voice Communications

We’ll continue to feature some of this year’s most noteworthy Hermes Creative Awards entries throughout the competition. 

Hermes Creative Awards

Organization: Active Voice Communications
Location: Chandler, AZ
Title of Entry: “Kiddos in the Kitchen”
Category: 194. Electronic Media / Social Media / Interactive Media | Audio/Radio | Program

Podcasts take on many forms and many subjects. There seems to be a niche for everything. If you are a parent you may want to listen to Stephanie Conner’s “Kiddos in the Kitchen” Stephane is a writer and blogger who turns her attention and ample skills to the world of podcasting. Her podcast involves bringing kids into the kitchen to teach them cooking skills. She also dispenses advice to other parents from planning meals during times of Covid to how to please picky eaters. Her lowkey approach weaves a story peppered with recipes and a mother’s wisdom for an engaging adventure.

To view their full submission, click here.

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The Extended Deadline for the 2021 Hermes Creative Awards is Thursday, April 22nd. Enter now while there’s still time.

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TLLOM-Blog Header2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: This Little Light Of Mine

2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: This Little Light Of Mine

We’ll continue to feature some of this year’s most noteworthy Hermes Creative Awards entries throughout the competition. 

Hermes Creative Awards

Organization: This Little Light Of Mine
Location: Toronto, ON
Title of Entry: “Toxic Outing – LGBTQ2S+ religious trauma”
Category: 193. Electronic Media / Social Media / Interactive Media | Audio/Radio | Podcast Episode

Podcasts can sometimes be dry, impersonal, chatty, and boring. They are usually deep dives into different topics with experts in the relevant fields. Occasionally, they can be emotional and riveting. The Christian podcast, “This Little Light of Mine”, highlights LGBTQ2S issues and religion in a very personal way. James Powell is a speaker, facilitator, and cause marketing leader. James says his mission is to build a community that advocates for love, mental health, and spiritual health. In this podcast, “Toxic Outing”, he mixes his personal story of coming out to his parents while also confronting a segment of Christianity that condemns relationships other than heterosexual. The podcast flows easily with a soothing music bed and strong soundbites. James is an excellent narrator and knows how to tell a story.

To view their full submission, click here.

The Extended Deadline for the 2021 Hermes Creative Awards is Thursday, April 22nd. Enter now while there’s still time.

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CMM-Blog Header2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: CoverMyMeds

2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: CoverMyMeds

We’ll continue to feature some of this year’s most noteworthy Hermes Creative Awards entries throughout the competition. 

Hermes Creative Awards

Organization: CoverMyMeds
Location: Columbus, OH
Title of Entry: “2021 Medication Access Report by CoverMyMeds”
Category: 148. Electronic Media / Social Media / Interactive Media | Digital Publications/Messaging | E-Annual Report

Because of prohibitive pricing or lack of insurance, many Americans with dire medical conditions do not have access to life-changing drugs. CoverMyMeds is a technology-based company that helps patients access the medications they can’t afford. To explain their mission, Covermymeds produced an annual report that is both digital and pdf downloadable. The Medication Access report is well written with arresting photography in an easy-to-navigate layout. More importantly, it conveys its message through personal stories that resonate with readers. As the report states it, “isn’t about patients. It’s about people.”

To view their full submission, click here.

The Extended Deadline for the 2021 Hermes Creative Awards is Thursday, April 22nd. Enter now while there’s still time.

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NarratorGroup- Blog Header2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: Narrator Group

2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: Narrator Group

We’ll continue to feature some of this year’s most noteworthy Hermes Creative Awards entries throughout the competition. 

Hermes Creative Awards

Organization: Narrator Group
Location: Golden, CO
Title of Entry: “Grounding Technique”
Category: Electronic Media / Social Media / Interactive Media | Video Creativity | 182. Animation

Animation is becoming more common for telling a story and selling a product. But sometimes, no matter how good the script, the animation can fall flat. The Wyoming Institute of Population Health wanted to explain the various ways a person can calm anxiety. The Institute turned to The Narrator Group in Golden Colorado. Narrator prides itself on telling a good video story. To help people with anxiety, Narrator created a multi-talented pugnacious dog…a service animal if you will. Throw in Disney quality animation, a stellar script, some rap, some country music, and a bit of humor, anxiety doesn’t stand a chance.

To view their full submission, click here.

The Extended Deadline for the 2021 Hermes Creative Awards is Thursday, April 22nd. Enter now while there’s still time.

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Blog Headers (1)2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: Tungsten Branding

2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: Tungsten Branding

We’ll continue to feature some of this year’s most noteworthy Hermes Creative Awards entries throughout the competition. 

Hermes Creative Awards

Organization: Tungsten Branding
Location: Brevard, NC
Title of Entry: “Triia”
Category: Print Media | Design | 48. Logo

Logos are the calling card for businesses, non-profits, sports teams, and government agencies. They are triggering mechanisms for the mind. But creating a memorable, meaningful logo can be a difficult quest. Tungsten Branding met the challenge for a new online company offering Native American merchandise. Tungsten is an internationally known naming and brand development agency in Brevard, North Carolina. The agency weaved an image for Triia by blending traditional Native American colors into a star quilt and then tweaking the company letters to create two people reaching out bracketed by a soft rounded “r” and “a”. The logo is simplistic and modern.

To view their full submission, click here.

The Deadline for the 2021 Hermes Creative Awards is Thursday, March 18th. Enter now while there’s still time.

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RBA- Blog Header2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: RBA

2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: RBA

We’ll continue to feature some of this year’s most noteworthy Hermes Creative Awards entries throughout the competition. 

Hermes Creative Awards

Organization: RBA
Location: Dallas, TX
Title of Entry: “Leaning Tower of Dallas”
Category: 131c. Electronic Media / Social Media / Interactive Media | Social Media | Social Content Campaign (Multiple Platforms) ($185)

It started with a boom and ended with a bang. You’ve heard the saying, “turning lemons into lemonade”. In this case, a botched demolition turned into a social media phenomenon that garnered millions of impressions across social media platforms along with free advertising for a yet undeveloped recreational, business, and hospitality destination called Central Dallas. For months, the “Leaning Tower of Pisa” drew competition from the “Leaning Tower of Dallas”.

To view their full submission, click here.

The Deadline for the 2021 Hermes Creative Awards is Thursday, March 18th. Enter now while there’s still time.

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Myriad- Blog Header2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: Myriad

2021 Hermes Creative Awards Spotlight: Myriad

We’ll continue to feature some of this year’s most noteworthy Hermes Creative Awards entries throughout the competition. 

Hermes Creative Awards

Organization: Myriad
Location: Raleigh, NC
Title of Entry: “Myriad”
Category: 122. Electronic Media / Social Media / Interactive Media | Web Creative | Website Design

Myriad is an agency based in Raleigh, North Caroline that creates videos for a multitude of clients, including Fortune 500 companies. From series to one-offs, nothing is too big or too complicated for Myriad. Myriad describes itself as “one part left brain, one part right brain”. The company website provides a sample of its creativity. The website draws you in, entertains you, and provides solid information about its people and products. The website is fun to navigate and sprinkled with visual nuggets that reward those willing to explore.

To view their full submission, click here.

The Deadline for the 2021 Hermes Creative Awards is Thursday, March 18th. Enter now while there’s still time.

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