Awards To Celebrate Marketing In Cleaning Industry, Facility Management
The Technology & Marketing Awards are a chance for marketing and public relations professionals, leaders, CEO’s or anyone working on exciting campaigns in the cleaning, hygiene and facility management sectors to showcase and share their success. With 12 brand new categories, they will celebrate the inspiring creativity and innovation that can be found throughout the cleaning, hygiene and facility management industries. They will highlight strategic excellence, collaboration and creative thinking.
The awards are sponsored by global hygiene company Vectair Systems and feature a long line-up of high-profile judges from top companies, including Samsung, England Rugby, Nespresso and more.
Categories include ‘best digital campaign’, ‘best use of video’, ‘best use of social media’, ‘brand of the year’, ‘best PR and communications campaign’ and ‘technology leader of the year’. Entries are completely free and open on Monday, Sept. 14. In light of COVID-19 and in order to help keep everyone as safe as possible, the finalists and winners will be announced online, through a combination of email, social media and news releases. Both finalists and winners will receive a winner’s logo to add to their personal profiles.
"Marketing and technology are two exciting areas of our industry that are evolving and developing, and we thought it was about time we had a dedicated awards program to show the world how professionals in our industry can be creative with cleaning," says Carly Bishop, awards director. “We’ve all had a tough year in 2020, so we want to reward marketing teams’ hard work and successes.”
The awards are organised by international marketing company LaCerta. To demonstrate interest and be the first to know when entries are open, visit www.lacertapr.com/teamawards or contact: email@example.com. The awards are open to individuals, teams or organisations worldwide, and entries need to have been carried out in the last two years.
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