Held at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday, the awards brought together talented agencies, providers and government bodies to celebrate UK campaigns that have generated social impact and behaviour change in 2016.
On announcing the award, Ex-TV Presenter and host Andy Crane said:
“The judges described this entry as unique and significant. This is a category demanding significant behavioural change and Social Sense were clever in their use of social media. They also provided great evidence”.
Managing Director of Social Sense, Gary Lovatt (pictured central), said the team were delighted with the recognition.
“We know this programme is delivering life changing impacts. We see it in the data, the letters from young people and now had it verified from independent evaluations.
To have your industry peers recognise our work however is a very special moment and one that will spur us on to push on in our future growth.”
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