Marketing experts recognised at CIMPA awards

| 11/06/2019 | 0 Comments
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CIMPA chair Catherine Healy speaks at the awards ceremony

(CNS Local Life): Marketing professionals came together Thursday, 6 June for the 2019 CIMPA Awards, which honour the best in Cayman’s marketing industry across a variety of categories. The event featured a ‘Cultivating Creativity’ theme and highlighted some of the most innovative campaigns and individuals from 2018.

The Community Impact of the Year award went to Tower for their work on Rotary Central’s ‘Not Your Spot’ campaign. Website or App of the Year was awarded to the team at Property Cayman and KAABOO Cayman were named Brand of the Year, stated a press release from the Cayman Islands Marketing Professionals Association (CIMPA).

The Campaign of the Year award went to Boxed for their drive to create freshly prepared frozen meals for Cayman. Camana Bay’s “Slow Food Day 2018” was named video of the year.

Catherine Healy, CIMPA chair, said of the event, held at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort: “I’d like to thank everyone for coming out to support the talented marketing professionals of the Cayman Islands and for making the evening such a huge success. The shortlist was strong with each finalist demonstrating hard work, energy, passion and a positive contribution to the local community.”

In the individual categories, Damien Murphy of AirVu Media scooped the Creative Professional of the Year award, while Collective’s Amy Still was named Marketer of the Year.

Not Your Standard was crowned Agency of the Year, and were also recognised for their work in developing the Boxed campaign.

“The high quality of the submissions made it very difficult for the judges to choose just one winner per category,” Healy said. “The variety of entrants this year is testament to the diversity of the local talent we are so lucky to have. The finalists and award winners should be extremely proud of themselves. We would like to thank all of our sponsors, who enable us to continue to support the Cayman Islands marketing industry.”

For more information on CIMPA, including membership benefits and volunteer opportunities, email info@cimpa.ky or go to the CIMPA website

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