Fifth Ring, global energy marketing communications specialists, is celebrating following a number of international award wins. The agency was recognised at the Hermes Creative, BMA B2 and Global ACE awards bringing the total tally so far for 2015 to eleven.
The agency emerged triumphant at the Hermes Creative awards winning four platinum honours for corporate website; marketing video; annual report and internal communications campaign. The company also struck gold in four categories where it was recognised for company branding; publication article; business to business website and trade show exhibit.
The BMA B2 awards saw Fifth Ring up against 875 companies across the world but the agency was successful for its work with Aberdeen Harbour Board’s annual report and website design for data management and visualization solutions provider Perigon.
Fifth Ring carried out a complete website re-development for Perigon using the client’s own software to fully immerse in the world of data analysis. By integrating the visual style and messaging into the new website, the client saw a substantial increase in both visits and time spent on pages.
The agency also celebrated after winning a Global ACE Award for its work on Aberdeen Harbour Board’s annual report. The creative team proposed a redesign of the report to reflect a magazine/brochure and be shown as not just a financial statement, but marketing collateral. Fifth Ring combined fresh content that was visually appealing including modern infographics, typography and stunning photography to create the overall look of the new report.
Ed Davis, global PR leader commented: “We are thrilled with our number of award wins this year, and it is a testament to the hard work and talent of our teams. The awards come at an exciting time for the company as our offices in Houston and Singapore look to expand and these accolades highlight Fifth Ring’s integrated approach is successful in the global market."
The award wins come on the back of the agency being named as one of Houston’s best and brightest places to work in 2015.