It’s a record! Five Platinum trophies, the highest award of the competition, were handed over to the agency. A first Platinum award for the Discover Desjardins West Island flyer, a second to Atlas Copco for their corporate brochure, a third to Posthume Productions for their 2015-2016 season posters. La Fondation Gérard-Delage also won a platinum for their new website and a fifth was awarded to the French American School of Minneapolis for their new logo.
A total of six Gold trophies were also awarded to Maestro. Amongst the winners, the French American School of Princeton received a Gold Award for its direct mail campaign, the Forest & Stream Club for their promotional brochure, Brilotti Master Cleaner for a Pop Art print advertising, the Commission scolaire Marguerite -Bourgeoys for a promotional campaign, Desjardins West Island for their new website and a sixth award to West Island Community Shares for their new logo.
In addition, seven Honorable Mentions were awarded to Maestro, specifically to West Island Community Shares for two videos, La Maison Caracol for a new logo, a mural design for GE Current, “Eustachois par choix” advertising campaign for the City of Saint-Eustache as well as a print advertising and new logo for the AutoForce Group.
Considered as one of the most important and respected competitions in the world, MarCom Awards is run by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP). The prestigious Platinum Award, the highest award given in the competition, is awarded to participants who have submitted outstanding campaigns and are recognized for their excellence in terms of quality, creativity and resourcefulness. The Gold Award is presented to those entries judged to exceed the high standards of the industry norm.
Maestro Communications was honoured to have received so much international acclaim. “We are very happy and proud for our customers that such praise was offered by our peers. With each project, our team strives to contribute to the success of our customers. Our team is always looking to outdo itself ” said Eric Léouzon, President of Maestro.