Cedar wins an incredible eight trophies at the International Content Marketing Awards 2018
Cedar wins eight trophies at the International Content Marketing Awards 2018.
Last night Cedar picked up three gold awards: Best Annual ‘Always-On’ Content Strategy for Mandarin Oriental; Designer of the Year for Henry Elphick for his art direction on British Airways’ Business Life and First; and Rising Star for Joe Costello for his work across Cedar.
Judges also praised Cedar in other award categories, including the Best use of Data & Insight for Real Food Online, Tesco, which received a silver award, while Tesco editor Lauren Rose-Smith was awarded silver for Editor of the Year. Cedar was also the recipient of all three Rising Star awards, with social media manager Leila Osato awarded bronze and picture editor Matt Richardson awarded silver, alongside Joe’s gold.
This year, the CMA received more than 400 entries from over 130 agencies around the world. The awards also introduced four new categories, to celebrate agencies of all sizes and their work, making it one of the most competitive content marketing awards in the world.
"We are absolutely thrilled to have won such a prestigious set of awards in such a wide range of categories, with industry recognition in every content marketing discipline from insight and strategy to editorial and design. It's also fantastic to see so many of our people recognised individually – and being awarded the clean sweep of accolades in the Rising Star category is a true testament to the talent in this agency. Well done everyone!" says Cedar CEO Clare Broadbent.
Cedar’s full awards list is as follows:
Best Annual ‘Always-On’ Content Strategy for Mandarin Oriental
Designer of the Year for Henry Elphick for British Airways
Rising Star for Joseph Costello
Best Use of Data & Insight for Real Food Online for Tesco
Editor of the Year for Lauren Rose-Smith for Tesco
Rising Star for Matt Richardson
Best B2B Campaign for IAG Cargo Magazine for IAG Cargo
Rising Star for Leila Osato