The awards recognise best practice in corporate, product and global brand development work, with categories that focus on strategy, execution, content and evaluation. More than that, it is a platform for organisations to tell their stories and to discuss reputational change.
Companies and agencies entering the Transform Awards have their work benchmarked against their peers and stand out amongst their competitors, rewarding excellence across the whole brand development process. The awards recognise the creativity and strategic thought exercised and provide the opportunity to celebrate with clients and colleagues at the most prestigious awards event for brand communications.
This year 25 (yes, TWENTY FIVE) judges poured over a record number of entries to select the best of the best of the best.
The Transform Awards Europe are judged by a panel of industry experts across a multitude of sectors.
They purposely look for a panel that has experience of and knowledge in branding, marketing, corporate communications and advertising for a wide perspective.
The judges mark the entries against a criteria that correlates to the information asked for in the entry statements.
The scoring is done on a points system and the judges score anonymously.
Winners are determined by the scores they receive and only entries scoring high enough marks will reach the shortlist and win a trophy.
AND WE WON SIX OF THE BEAUTIES
Plus (and it really was quite a plus) we saw two Golds for our LOVELY work with Natural History Museum & HiyaCar.
Huge thanks go out to all involved… Quite a haul.
As we’ve always said, the practice that does great work, gets to do more great work… and that’s why we are here. To do the best work, with the best people, to help make change pay.
Our radical new work for the most significant collection of Natural History on the planet took home Gold.
Keep looking for the new campaign that lands shortly…
The progressive strategic rebrand of HiYaCar took home the second Gold of the night.
Unsurprisingly this brand is re-writing the rules of transport in the UK.
Our reframe of one of the last taboo’s has managed to take death from a whispered concern to something people are talking about more openly.
After all, it’s your funeral.
Wolves Football Club is enjoying the best results in a decade.
It’s clearly all down to the terrifically strong new visual and verbal identity that we’ve rolled out for the club.
There’s never been more focus on UK Parliament.
Fortunately in these tumultuous times we’ve designed a best-in-class visual operating system. Now they can better communicate increasingly important & complex information