American Association of Endodontists Wins a Whopping 27 MarCom Awards
The American Association of Endodontists continues to make great strides forward when it comes to creativity and communications excellence. The AAE is proud to announce it has received 27 MarCom Awards — its most awards in a single year to date — recognizing outstanding achievement by creative professionals involved in the concept, design and production of marketing and communication materials.
The awards span Platinum, Gold and Honorable Mention award levels and a variety of different categories, including Print Media, Digital Media and Video/Audio.
Several AAE videos were recognized, as were our social media properties, meeting promotions and Worth Saving public campaign.
“Each year our Marketing & Communications team outdoes itself,” said AAE Executive Director Ken Widelka. “It’s a testament to the AAE’s ongoing success and its ambition for increasing excellence. We’re always raising the bar in terms of creativity and marcom innovation – and, most importantly, we’re elevating the endodontic specialty in the process.”
The MarCom Awards honor excellence in marketing and communication, while recognizing the creativity, hard work and generosity of industry professionals. They have evolved into one of the largest, most-respected creative competitions in the world. Each year, about 6,000 print and digital entries are submitted from around the world.
The AAE’s awards are listed below:
New Member Welcome guide
Root Canal TRUTH strategic communications plan
AAE Strategic Plan Update video
2019 Year End Mailer
AAE Advantage Online Advertising
Worth Saving Tooth Banks promotional item
Worth Saving Public Awareness Campaign
AAE Worth Saving Campaign video (three separate categories)
Insight Track: New Technologies in Endodontics Heads to Austin
Save Your Tooth Month microsite
Insight Track Digital Ads
AAE 2018-2019 Year in Review (two categories)
“These awards are a great way to benchmark against other creative organizations in the corporate and association industries,” Widelka continued. “Our success would not have been possible without our hard-working staff and dedicated members!”