Agency winners for Best Corporate Film alongside further awards nominations

Aeorema Communications plc, a leading strategic communications group based in London and New York City, is pleased to announce that Cheerful Twentyfirst, Aeorema’s main operating division, has won Best Corporate Film at the Campaign and PR Week Brand Film Awards. Their film ‘Reach the Top’ with Imagination Technologies received praise for it’s emotive storytelling, and understanding of brand and audience.

“The results speak for themselves. The team at Cheerful Twentyfirst have got under the skin of their intended audience and inspired them to take action. The shoot was technically incredibly difficult and they have pulled it off with high production value.” Judges comment. Explore the film here

In addition, Cheerful Twentyfirst has been nominated for the following awards:

Creative Team of the Year at the Conference News Agency Awards, the biggest annual gathering and celebration of event management agencies in the UK. This marks the fourth year running that it has been nominated in this category, having won in each of the last three years, which celebrates the team that can demonstrate the breadth of their creativity and how it led to culture, client retention, and new business.

Best Agency (more than 40 employees) in the Micebook V Awards, which celebrates the leading agencies in virtual and hybrid events.

Best Agency Collaboration with The Wall Street Journal in the Internal Communications and Engagement (‘ICE’) Awards, for its unwavering agency partnership and pursuit of creative excellence across The Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council Summit event series.

Steve Quah, CEO, has been nominated for the inaugural Industry Change Maker Award in the Micebook V Awards, in which Micebook asked its group of 100 agency leaders, CEOs and Managing Directors to nominate inspiring industry individuals at the forefront of championing the industry externally or inspiring change within it.

Steve Quah, CEO, commented: “It is an absolute honour for our team to be considered for these high-profile awards in our sector. It is great to see that our tireless efforts have not gone unnoticed, especially taking into consideration the challenges the last few years have posed to the industry, which I am proud to say we have risen to and even thrived in. In particular, I am honoured to have been personally nominated for such a prestigious award by Micebook’s group of leaders. It is encouraging to see that our team’s work has been recognised, especially since our shift in strategy in 2020, and I look forward to attending the award ceremonies and seeing their outcome.”

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