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2019 Zweig Group Marketing Excellence Awards
Zweig Group’s Marketing Excellence Award recognizes outstanding and effective marketing in the AEC industry.
This year, award-winning entries will be showcased throughout the Elevate AEC Conference providing firms national recognition as well as a venue to showcase their talent and expertise in a dramatic setting. Award entries were judged by an external team of senior AEC marketing professionals and evaluated based upon overall creativity, messaging, results achieved by the campaign, and level of design.
WGI entered The Zweig Group’s 2019 Marketing Excellence Awards which recognizes outstanding and effective marketing in the following categories: Online Marketing, Internal Marketing, Special Event Marketing, External Newsletter, Integrated Marketing, Advertising, Brochure, Corporate Identity, Internal Newsletter, Holiday, Project Pursuit, Video, Website, and Social Media.
WGI was recognized #2 in the Integrated Marketing category, #4 in the Recruitment/Retention category, and #3 in the Special Event category.
Additionally, the top three winners in each category will be on display at the conference for industry peers to vote on for the “People’s Choice Award.”
See the full list of winners here.
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