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Memac Ogilvy Mideast operation wins awards

MANAMA, June 4, 2015

Memac Ogilvy Public Relations, the Middle Eastern operation of Ogilvy PR, enjoyed success at the 11th annual EMEA Sabre Awards held in London, receiving multiple awards.

Memac Ogilvy Beirut won two awards: Diamond Sabre Research and Planning for Memac Ogilvy's Roche Breast Cancer Awareness campaign, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.

The campaign also won the Gold Sabre for Best Public Education campaign.

Memac Ogilvy Dubai also took home the Gold Sabre for the best Digital Campaign for The Autocomplete Truth - UN Women.

Memac Ogilvy Dubai intended to reignite a conversation on the subject of gender inequality through the creation of the UN Women campaign. The campaign spread virally, crossing multiple geographies and language through its inherent simplicity and power of the central message.

The campaign offered UN Women a singular path to create global discourse and draw attention to the organisation's ongoing humanitarian efforts for women around the world.

Social@Ogilvy was named the EMEA Digital Consultancy of the Year. Led by EAME managing director Marshall Manson, this award recognises the impressive growth, innovative work and dedication of Social@Ogilvy's market teams who have worked tirelessly over the last two years to deliver excellence for their clients.

“I am absolutely delighted for our award-winning PR teams across the Middle East and North Africa region,” Memac Ogilvy MENA chief executive and chairman Edmond Moutran said .

“It is a testimony to their hard work, pursuit of excellence and world-class creativity to be recognised in this way by lauded industry peers and the Holmes Report.

“These awards are not possible without our clients who trust us with the creative freedom and inspire us every day to produce the most creative, effective and game changing work for their business.” - TradeArabia News Service




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