Mediaverse wins gold at the 2020 International AMEC Awards.
2020 has been a challenging year for everyone, so it is with great pleasure that Mediaverse can announce our gold win at the 2020 AMEC Awards in the category of Plain Language Award for Simplicity in Campaign Effectiveness Measurement and Reporting.
Adding to the gold win, Mediaverse was also awarded Silver in the not-for-profit and Asia Pacific region categories. These wins take our total to an impressive 23 AMEC Awards in nine years.
- Gold: Plain Language Award for Simplicity in Campaign Effectiveness Measurement and Reporting
- Silver: Most effective planning, research and evaluation in the public and not-for-profit sectors
- Silver: Most effective planning, research and evaluation – APAC region
“It’s absolutely fantastic to be recognised on the world stage yet again” said Manager of Insights and Analysis Sally Chadwick, “These awards are highly competitive with the best agencies from across the world entering. Although the Australian media measurement market is small, it’s incredibly pleasing to be recognised as a leader in the industry globally”.
These awards reflect the high quality of work our team produces for our clients each and every day. The Mediaverse team is dedicated to providing our clients with meaningful and actionable insights on their media coverage, impact and reputation. In fact, during the COVID-19 pandemic our insights are proving even more crucial in strategic decision making.
The International AMEC Awards are held annually alongside the AMEC Summit. This year’s event was scheduled to be held in Vienna, but COVID-19 saw it moved to a virtual format. Despite this change, the AMEC Summit has been a huge success providing a format for the industry to discuss best practice and the challenges we all face in the current environment.
While it’s disappointing that the Mediaverse team can’t share a drink in person to celebrate this year’s success, we hope that will be on the cards in the not too distant future.
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