This week’s Marketing Excellence Award winners are…

This week’s Marketing Excellence Award winners are…

Communications Award for Branding goes to…

Lorentz Bruun Construction - Coronavirus Safety Campaign: A Rapid Response to a Global Pandemic

What the judges had to say:
“Well-stated objectives, completed in next to no-time. To quote Brene Brown, this was a "FFT" and it was handled well.”
“Very well done. It was a tough time and your firm showed initiative and leadership. Excellent.”
“Thorough and necessary work here regarding research. Clear on audience.”

About this award:
The Marketing Communications Award for Branding is given to the individual or team who have proven to be skilled communicators with the ability to connect with their target audience and effectively increase brand awareness in the market.

Headliner Award for Influential Leader of the Year goes to…

Angie Cole of Lorentz Bruun Construction

What the judges had to say:
“A one-of-a-kind leader whose passion for marketing is evident in her courage to take on a role 72 years in the making!”
“From her accomplishments during COVID-19 and creating the chapters first Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee and implementing a 20% BIPOC participation goal for all panel events, Angie is a leader in the community.”
“Angie's nomination noted that she improved publications, created a client-management system, organized the proposal production process, enforced a “go-no go” procedure, and boosted the win rate - impressive accomplishments!”

About this Award:
The Influential Leader of the Year award is given to an active SMPS Oregon member who is a business leader with a strong record of innovation in their field, outstanding performance in their business and/or a record of meaningful community involvement. Nominations will be judged on the following items: professional accomplishments, community leadership and impact, as well as awards and milestones in the A/E/C industry.

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2 Comments

  1. Russell Kofford

    Dec. 1, 2020

    Fantastic work Angie, this is a sharp looking set of materials.

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  2. Alexi Meuwissen

    Nov. 25, 2020

    Congratulations Angie!! The recognition is well-deserved. You do so much for our Chapter and the time you have been at Lorentz Bruun.

    Reply

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