MyCSP recognised for visual communication excellence and shortlisted for seven more awards

21 Dec 2020

MyCSP has been recognised for its expertise in visual communication using film and video and been shortlisted for yet another seven awards, this time at the prestigious Communicate Magazine 2021 Lens Awards.

The success follows on from the ten awards already presented to MyCSP this year for excellence in communication between businesses and their employees. 

The nominations recognise the team’s work for their client as well as internal engagement within MyCSP.

MyCSP have been shortlisted for the following categories:

  1. Best Animation – on behalf of Civil Service Pensions
  2. Best Copy Style/Tone of Voice
  3. Best Copy Style/Tone of Voice -on behalf of Civil Service Pensions
  4. Best Creative Execution
  5. Best Live or Experiential Video on behalf of Civil Service Pensions
  6. Best Long-Term Video Strategy on behalf of Civil Service Pensions
  7. Best Use of Video from the Financial Services Sector on behalf of Civil Service Pensions

Subject to COVID-19 restrictions permitting, the awards ceremony and dinner will take place live in London on 24 March 2021. 

Andrew Thomas, publisher of Communicate magazine and founder of the Communicate Lens Awards, said; "2020 might not have seemed the best year to launch an awards programme benchmarking and celebrating the best in corporate video, but actually we have been stunned by the entries for this inaugural year. It wasn’t only the number of entries, but the high calibre of submission was fabulous too - truly reflecting the high calibre of work undertaken by in-house and video production teams."

David Boardman, MyCSP’s Director of communications and engagement, said: “2020 has been an exceptional year for us in terms of accolades.  It is amazing – and indeed humbling - to be recognised by some of the top experts in the field for MyCSP’s success in engaging key audiences through clear and effective film and video communication.  This really is something for us to celebrate in a time when COVID-19 brings such challenging circumstances.”

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