QNET continues on a winning streak winning FOUR trophies and one honourable mention at the recent 2021 AVA Digital Awards – what a wonderful way to start 2021! In addition to the videos we were recognised for the QNET Official blog. That’s right, your favourite blog – QBuzz – has snagged Gold! We are proud and honoured to be recognised for our achievements in digital marketing and communications.
This year, QNET joins brands such as AIG, AT&T, Microsoft, Manulife, Salesforce and more as some of the early Platinum winners, as well as, Astra Zeneca, Cornell University, and Merck as some of the early Gold winners.
Check out the winners!
Live Your Best Life With QNET
Platinum Winner – Digital Marketing, Content Marketing, YouTube Marketing Video
QNET Gives Back to Communities Through RYTHM Foundation
Gold Winner – Video Production, Long Form Video, Corporate Image
The Difference Between Direct Selling and Pyramid Scheme
Gold Winner – Digital Video Creation, White Board Video
QBuzz – The Voice Of QNET
Gold Winner – Digital Marketing, Content Marketing, Blog Writing.
QNET Comes Together For Tomorrow
Honourable Mention – Digital Marketing, Covid-19 Digital Response
Content plays a vital role in our communication as we continuously seek innovative ways to empower our global distributors with knowledge and information. We are so proud that our efforts to create the best content possible for our Independent Representatives are recognised through these awards. We hope to enable our IRs to achieve more success through the content that we painstakingly create. These awards are for you, QNET family! Let’s win more in 2021!
What is AVA Digital Awards?
AVA Digital Awards is an international competition that recognises excellence by creative professionals responsible for the planning, concept, direction, design, and production of digital communication. Work ranges from digital campaigns – to audio and video production – to website development – to social media engagement – to mobile marketing. The foundation for the Awards began in 1994 as a celebration of the audio-visual arts. Over the years, AVA’s categories changed to recognise the expanding role that digital media and the web were playing in the transfer of information.