Seven Media wins big at inaugural PRCA Digital Awards with an impressive double

Seven Media wins big at inaugural PRCA digital awards

Leading independent, full-service agency wins ‘Best Digital Team’ and ‘Best Use of Video in a Campaign’ awards at the inaugural event in Dubai’s D3

Seven Media continued its award-winning ways at the PRCA’s first ever digital awards yesterday evening and scooped the two most prestigious accolades in a double-whammy.

Following on from Seven’s two consecutive PRCA ‘Large Consultancy of the Year’ title wins in 2017 and 2018, the event saw Seven walk off the stage with the two coveted ‘Best Digital Team’ and ‘Best Use of Video in a Campaign’ awards, proving once again that Seven Media’s creativity and dynamism are proving winning formulas in a challenging Middle East communications landscape.

A key factor behind this success is the recent formation of Seven Studios, the video production team and creative force behind the video content created. Seven Studio’s work on the award-winning campaign for Manchester City Centurions Trophy Tour Fan Surprise, using unique story telling methods and hidden camera work that went viral across the world, ensured the UAE-based agency clinched the top prize.

Gregg Fray, Director and Co-Founder of Seven Media, said: “Digital is rapidly becoming the most important element to clients and we as a company are constantly evolving, as proven with the addition of Seven Studios, to ensure we remain ahead of the game. This award, as voted for by our peers, is a testament to our forward-thinking nature and excellent results we have secured throughout the year. 

“To be recognised as Digital Team of the Year, strongly underscores Seven Media’s deserved reputation as the top social media agency in Dubai with its track record of prestigious digital and social media activities for our clients. Our growth, client and staff satisfaction and retention speaks for itself and with the glowing endorsement from our incredible clients the judges deemed Seven Media victorious.”