ISGs marketing team bags a bronze for The power of place

Our group marketing and communications team scooped up a bronze award last week at the Corporate Content Awards Europe 2022, which celebrate the best in corporate storytelling, narrative and creative communications.

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Our group marketing and communications team scooped up a bronze award last week at the Corporate Content Awards Europe 2022, which celebrate the best in corporate storytelling, narrative and creative communications.

The awards recognise the most innovative and impactful communications campaigns across a range of platforms including print, podcasts, video and corporate blogs, to name just a few. Shortlisted in the category ‘Best content campaign to assist with corporate positioning’, we were recognised for successfully using compelling content narrative to help bring our vision and corporate strategy to life.

At the awards ceremony held on 20 April at The Brewery in central London, UK, we were up against some inspiring names, including KPMG and Legal & General. Placing alongside Deutsche Bank, we were awarded bronze for the successful delivery of valuable insights through ‘The power of place’, an integrated global marketing campaign that enhanced work-winning opportunities in a challenging and cautious market.

By commissioning compelling research, insight and content, we aligned with our corporate goal of providing the best customer experience in our industry, and positioned ISG as a partner of choice to help our clients meet their ambitions In an industry typically defined by competition, not collaboration; to share knowledge and learnings to help our clients and the wider built environment community tackle pivotal challenges; and to collectively enhance the value that places provide for people and communities.

The next iteration of the campaign is our latest research and insight report ‘The power of place: The true cost of inaction’, which is coming soon, and you can find out more here.

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