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April 17, 2018

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Adobe, awards, bol.com, EMEA, Hiscox, Infosys

Four different LEWIS offices shortlisted with campaigns for Hiscox, Adobe, Bol.com and Infosys.


EWIS, the global communications agency, is a finalist at this year’s EMEA Sabre Awards in four individual categories. The awards recognise and reward engagement, credibility, and relationship building in the PR and Communications sector.

The LEWIS office in Paris has been shortlisted for its work with insurance company, Hiscox, in the Gold Sabre category for France. LEWIS and Hiscox teamed up to capture the attention of French entrepreneurs and SMEs. The team executed a comprehensive content marketing campaign to increase Hiscox brand awareness resulting in over 100,000 visits and shares.

The UK office have been shortlisted for their work with global consulting firm, Infosys, in the Technology: Software and Services category. This follows two previous wins for the campaign at the latest PRmoment Awards and ICCO Global Awards. The campaign, ‘Ready for the AI Revolution?’, elevated the Infosys brand at the World Economic Forum 2017 in Davos, within a global community of industry leaders and decision makers.

The Adobe Campaign, ‘The Hovering Art Director’, from the LEWIS Netherlands team, has reached the final stages in the Digital Campaign category. The campaign has also won a Digital Communication Award in the Online Competition category. ‘The campaign tapped into agency life with a recognisable figure starring as the main character: The Hovering Art Director, to promote Adobe Stock in a fun creative way.

The Belgian team have also been shortlisted for their campaign with bol.com in the Trade Show category. The campaign, ‘The Impossible Signing Session’, used a robot, developed by Beyond.io, to mimic the signature of world-renowned, deceased author, Paul van Ostaijen, for a signing session at the Antwerp Book Fair.

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