DALLAS – Nov. 9, 2017 – Viverae®, a leader in workplace wellness technology, is proud to announce it has been awarded ten 2017 MarCom Awards for marketing and communication excellence. The marketing team took home five Platinum awards, five Gold awards, and received five Honorable Mentions. The winning categories include strategic communications, print media and creativity, digital media, and video creativity.
The MarCom Awards recognize outstanding achievements in marketing and communication, and is one of the oldest, largest, and most prestigious creative competitions in the world. MarCom is sponsored and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP), a 22-year-old international organization consisting of several thousand creative professionals. In 2017, the awards received more than 6,000 international entries from corporate marketing and communication departments, advertising agencies, PR firms, design shops, production companies, and freelancers.
Viverae received awards in the following categories:
“Effective communications have the power to take employees from skeptical to active program participants,” said Mike Lamb, president and chief executive officer at Viverae. “It’s an honor to be recognized for our strategic and creative marketing efforts. They play a major role in creating engaging experiences that help our clients create healthy cultures.”
With 20 years of expertise designing successful workplace wellness programs, Viverae serves more than 600 clients and 1.2 million members throughout the United States. Its wellness platform can be accessed anywhere internet access is available.
Viverae is a workplace wellness technology company based in Dallas, Texas. Rooted in care and focused on reducing health risks, our innovative application empowers employers to create cultures of health and well-being. We bring clarity. We inspire. We support. Learn more: www.viverae.com.
Viverae’s workplace wellness programs are compliant with Affordable Care Act requirements and applicable law, and National Committee for Quality Assurance and national health advocacy group standards.BACK TO ALL NEWS