Cision secures highest number of nominations at AMEC Awards

Cision secures highest number of nominations at 2018 AMEC Awards

Cision companies have topped the list at this year’s AMEC Awards in Barcelona, with an overall total of 16 nominations across two organisations.

The company received nine nominations across four award categories, while Cision-owned PRIME Research is nominated seven times across six categories.

Cision’s projects with Slimming World on its New Year Campaign, Kellogg’s Better Starts campaign and Gumtree have each been nominated for two awards.

Its collaboration with Mischief for the This Girl Can: A triumphant ‘second album’ campaign is nominated for Best use of a measurement framework, while the Bulletin Intelligence AccuReach Data Science Project is selected for the Innovation award for new measurement methodologies.

PRIME Research’s collaboration with McDonald’s International McDelivery Rollout campaign and Jaguar Land Rover’s Changing the Conversation: How JLR became Tech Kings activation both received two nominations.

Its work for Airbus has also been selected for two awards, while PRIME Research senior account manager Dave Reynolds has been nominated for the Young Professional of the Year award.

The AMEC Awards will conclude the 10th AMEC Global Summit, which takes place in Barcelona on 12-14 June. A full list of nominees for the AMEC awards can be found here.

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