Multiple Wins in New York at the Communicator Awards for The Mission Control.

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New York, NY (April 26, 2015) Earlier today the winners of the 2015 Communicator Awards were announced by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts. With more than 6,000 entries received from across the US and around the world, we were over the moon to hear that The Mission Control had scooped not one, not two, but three silver awards with distinction at the international event that recognizes the best and most effective work.

The campaigns awarded include the Equiniti PeopleAX Integrated Campaign Strategy for Effectiveness and Unleash Your Creative Monster for Best Use of Direct Mail and Best Self Promotion.

Created by RS Owens, the producer of the Oscar® and Emmy® Awards, the new Communicator statuette is a symbol of the continued pursuit of excellence in marketing and communications and the three wins are an amazing endorsement of The Mission Control and its ability to deliver highly effective B2B campaigns at a world class level.

This is not the first time that The Mission Control has been recognized internationally for the effectiveness of its work – last year the agency also picked up awards in the States for the launch of the new Taconic brand campaign.

“It’s always an honor to be recognized at the awards,” says James Killoran, Strategy Director at The Mission Control. “But to be competing and winning at this international level proves, like our motto says, everything’s possible.”

Judges from this year’s awards include, Condè Nast, Disney, Keller Crescent, Lockheed Martin, Monster.com, MTV, Time Inc., Tribal DDB and Yahoo.

Mission Accomplished!

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