Movable Ink’s 2019 Recap: Our Client’s Award Wins

We never fail to be impressed by our innovative clients and the incredible campaigns they create with our technology. Let’s take a look at the awards our clients won last year.

HotelTonight won the EEC Award for Best Use of Humor

The holidays are stressful, and HotelTonight wanted to encourage their subscribers to say no to air mattresses and awkward family drama by booking a room. You can learn more about the hilarious campaign here.

Alison Reimers from Kimpton Group and Paige McCallum won DMN’s Women to Watch Award

Movable Ink Product Manager Amber Britton and Software Engineer Stacey Stewart accepted the awards on the behalf of Alison Reimers and Paige McCallum.

The DMN Marketing Hall of Femme honors female marketers who have taken risks, pushed limits, and achieved standout success in their marketing careers. These fiercely talented women are all the most senior marketing professionals at brands, non-profits, marketing tech and services vendors, or agencies. You can learn more about the honor here.

Virgin Holidays won the Masterclassing Award for Best AR/VR Experience

Liam Savage from Virgin Holidays accepting the Masterclassing Award

When Virgin Holidays wanted to level-up their post-purchase emails, they embraced Movable Ink’s augmented reality capabilities to create an incredible experience for their “Wish You Were Here” campaign. You can learn more about the Masterclassing win here.

CBS Interactive won the Summit Creative Award

The Summit Creative Award offers participants a unique opportunity to showcase their talents, and to have their work judged by creative experts. Companies and individuals from more than 50 countries and across five continents have participated in this prestigious 25-year competition. You can learn more about the Summit Creative Award here.

The Leading Hotels of the World won an OMMA Award for Best Single Execution

The OMMA Awards honor brands that push the potential of digital marketing and the team at the Leading Hotels of the World continues to work to raise the bar. They revamped their loyalty campaign and powered it by multiple data sources, creating a localized campaign that uses targeting to translate content in multiple languages. You can learn more about the OMMA Awards here.

The Madison Square Garden Company won an EIS Award for Entertainment Sector Emails

Stephanie Lee and Liz Tashik from Movable Ink, Allison Bishop from the Leading Hotels of the World, Tom Dinneny from the Madison Square Garden Company at the EIS Award ceremony

The Madison Square Garden Company won their EIS Award for revamping their pre-show emails with data-driven visuals that gave attendees all the information they needed: from seating assignments to preferred entrances. You can learn more about the EIS Awards here.

The Democratic National Committee won EIS Award for Political Sector Emails

The Democratic National Committee knows how to personalize at scale, and won their EIS Award for creating a show-stopping campaign that pulled in individual, infographic-style stats for each individual voter. You can learn more about the EIS Awards here.

The Leading Hotels of the World won an EIS Award for Travel Sector Emails

That’s right. This campaign was so good that it won twice. Congrats to the Leading Hotels of the World for showing how powerful data-driven campaigns can be! You can learn more about the EIS Awards here.