MullenLowe Group Wins Silver Corporate Engagement Award
MullenLowe Group is excited to announce their exclusive partnership with Central Saint Martins has been awarded Silver at the Corporate Engagement Awards.
MullenLowe Group’s sponsorship of the Central Saint Martins annual Degree Shows and MullenLowe NOVA Awards for Fresh Creative Talent won Silver in the ‘Best Arts and Culture Programme’ category. The partnership aims to recognise the most exceptional work from graduating students across the prestigious art, design and performance college.
From 1,300 graduating students, 14 are shortlisted with just five MullenLowe NOVA Awards presented to students whose work represents truly original creative thinking and execution. Prizes are awarded to one winner and two runners up, and additionally MullenLowe Group client, Unilever, will present the #Unstereotype Award for work that recognises inclusive, forward thinking creative work that breaks away from limiting and outdated stereotypes.
MullenLowe Group will also present the ‘people’s choice’ YourNOVA Award, giving the public the chance to get involved and vote online for their favourite piece of work that made it to the MullenLowe NOVA shortlist. Voting is now open and closes on July 3rd. You can see the work and cast your vote here: YourNOVA Award
Jose Miguel Sokoloff, President of MullenLowe Group Creative Council and Chief Creative Officer, MullenLowe Group UK says it’s an honour to receive such wonderful recognition for the programme. “In its eighth consecutive year, the MullenLowe NOVA Awards are about giving students a platform for recognition and supporting them to continue the work beyond the education environment. For this to be acknowledged in Europe’s leading event that celebrate and honours successful partnerships is a privilege, and I look forward to continuing our successful work with Central Saint Martins,” he continued.
The Corporate Engagement Awards recognises the most successful and innovative corporate partnerships and sponsorships, and the communication strategies around those collaborations.