Global social media awards finalist 2021
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Lynn campaigns recognised in global awards

Lynn is receiving global recognition for our work, with two recent campaigns shortlisted as finalists in the Global Social Media Awards 2021. The Global Social Media Awards celebrate the very best in social media and reward the individuals, companies and organisations who are using online platforms to communicate in fresh and innovative ways.

Our #FreeYourMind campaign for NHS south east London CCG was shortlisted in the Best Use of Social Media in a Crisis category where the judges assess social media that has engaged audiences, promoted credibility and security, and adapted flexibly to extraordinary circumstances to achieve success. 

Assistant Director of Communications & Engagement at the CCG, Russell Cartwright, said:

“I am incredibly proud of the Free Your Mind campaign and I have learnt a huge amount from working with Lynn. The campaign’s success is down to their data-driven, behavioural insights techniques. It has been so refreshing to work with an agency who have delivered outcomes that have gone way beyond reach and made a positive impact on people’s lives”

Russell Cartwright, Assistant Director of Communications & Engagement, NHS South East London CCG

Fair Rents, our campaign for Bron Afon Community Housing, was shortlisted in the Best Use of Paid Media category. The award looks to recognise an outstanding paid social campaign that delivered exceptional results against a defined objective and KPI such as awareness, reach, engagement and ROI. 

“Being nominated for this global award is the cherry on top of what was already a very sweet cake! Our Fair Rents campaign with Lynn is the first time we have taken a behavioural approach to hearing the views of our customers and both the quantity and quality of the responses gives us great confidence that our customers feel their rents are affordable and that we’ve heard their true opinions.”

Mark Doubler, Head of Community and Customer Services at Bron Afon Community Housing

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