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SOURCE The CementBloc
NEW YORK, Feb. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The CementBloc won a total of 69 major awards in 2013, cementing its status as the most-awarded healthcare agency in the United States.
The CementBloc pulled in 4 CLIO Healthcare Awards (including its first-ever Gold CLIO); 11 Global Awards; 8 IPA Best of Health Awards; 5 MM&M Awards; 3 PM360 Pharma Choice Awards; 2 Manny Awards; and 36 Rx Club Awards.
It was the best-ever showing in the agency's 13 years, and a significantly higher total than any other U.S. agency specializing in health and wellness.
"One of the thrills of winning these awards is that they were spread across a variety of clients and stakeholders - consumer, HCP, print and digital, branded, and unbranded. It speaks to the breadth and depth of talent here at The Bloc," said Elizabeth Elfenbein, Partner, Creative at The Bloc. "It's also a testament to the entire teams, including the account and strategy teams, who get the client to believe in breakthrough creative and sell it in."
Added fellow Partner, Creative Stephanie Berman, "Awards are wonderful not only in terms of industry recognition, but also because they help us attract - and retain - clients who appreciate great work and talent who are capable of creating it."
The Bloc's award-winning work was created for a variety of clients, in addition to projects generated for the agency:
About The CementBloc: The CementBloc is a multichannel healthwellness communications company based in New York City. Founded in 2000 by Susan Miller Viray and Rico Viray, The CementBloc is also a founding member of Indigenus, the largest independent global network of entrepreneurial healthcare communication companies.
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