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Cadient Group Wins Nine Communicator Awards
Date:6/30/2009

Agency Honored for Interactive and Marketing Effectiveness Campaigns

WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Cadient Group, the premier strategic interactive marketing agency serving the healthcare industry, today announced that it was recognized for nine campaigns at the 15th Annual Communicator Awards. Cadient Group won five Gold Awards of Excellence in the Email Marketing, Interactive, and Marketing Effectiveness categories for its work with leading pharmaceutical companies; as well as four Silver Awards of Distinction.

"Receiving these industry awards provides proof and validation of the creativity of our work and our expertise in understanding our clients' challenges and delivering innovative and relevant solutions to address their needs," said Stephen Wray, president and CEO, Cadient Group. "The Communicator Awards winners' list is made up of the top marketing firms in the world and winning nine of these prestigious awards solidifies our position further as a leading interactive marketing agency."

Cadient Group received Gold Communicator Awards for the following projects:

  • AstraZeneca--MySYMBICORT Program -- Email Marketing Category -- Cadient Group was honored for its SYMBICORT Consumer Campaign for AstraZeneca. The agency developed a successful launch campaign of the SYMBICORT brand to consumers, generating strong, early awareness of the new inhaled asthma therapy.

  • AstraZeneca--NEXIUM Program -- Email Marketing & Interactive Categories -- Cadient Group optimized the existing marketing mix for the NEXIUM consumer program for Astra Zeneca to ensure pull-through of brand objectives, while delivering the most relevant and impactful patient e
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