The Immerse Awards – Meet the winners!

20th November 2019
Author: Chris McKay
Posted in: News

We had one major goal in launching the first-ever Immerse Awards this year – to show off the level of quality our users are achieving with Turtl. When we came up with the awards, we honestly had no idea if anyone would submit. When we saw our submissions box fill up with some incredible pieces of content, we were over the moon. We had three main categories: Best Content, Most Innovative Use Case, and Best Campaign. We also had one surprise category – our Star User.

Choosing the winners was no easy task. As well as our own Turtl experts, we enlisted the help of several industry professionals to help us choose:

Best Content – Judges

  • Dane Neill (Associate Creative Director, Ogilvy)
  • Joanna Bird (Art Director, Raconteur)
  • Alistair MacRobert (Head of Design, Turtl)

Most Innovative Use Case – Judges

  • Nick Mason (CEO & Founder, Turtl)
  • Dani Mansfield (Content Strategist, Turtl)
  • Ella Stocker (Customer Experience Ops Manager, Turtl)

Best campaign – Judges

  • Joel Harrison (Editor-in-chief, B2B Marketing)
  • Jasmine Plowright (Senior Marketing Director, Clarivate Analytics)
  • Kate Terry (Demand Marketing Manager, Turtl)

A huge thank you to all of the judges! I think they’ll all agree that we have some talented Turtl users out there.

Thankfully, we had tracked down some equally awesome trophies made out of recycled sea plastic and aluminum to offer our winners. Take a look at these beauties:

Immerse Awards trophies

Who took home the prizes? Here are our winners:

Best Content

Winner: NTT

Screenshot of NTT's winning content

Most Innovative Use Case

Winner: Cisco & Sei Mani

Screenshot of Cisco's winning content

Best campaign

Winner: NTT

Screenshot of NTT's winning content

Star User

Winner: Helen Battrick (from Punter Southall Aspire)

Headshot of Helen Battrick

A huge congratulations to all of our winners of the 2019 Immerse Awards. We’d also like to thank everyone who submitted as the level of talent of all submissions was excellent.

Think you have what it takes to win an Immerse Award? Keep an eye out in 2020 for the next submission period.