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Havas Lynx wins eight


Manchester’s fastest growing communications agency has added a further eight awards to
its growing trophy cabinet after an impressive evening at the Creative Floor Awards.

Havas Lynx Group, fresh from creating 60 new jobs across its North West and London
offices this year, was the ‘world’s most awarded’ agency at last night’s high-profile awards
show in the capital, which recognises the best creative work and people driving healthcare

The company beat off competition from across the globe to secure titles in eight of the
twelve categories it was shortlisted in, ranging from the best logo and digital tactic, to
animation, best use of technology and film.

It marks what has been another hugely successful year for the agency, who earlier in 2019 secured two Communiqué Awards and a Silver Cannes Lion for its ground-breaking U=U campaign for communicating a landmark moment for the HIV community.
Tom Richards, Chief Creative Director at Havas Lynx Group, commented: “This is yet
another fantastic performance by our creative teams, especially when you consider the
diverse nature of the judging panel that features leading entrepreneurs, consumers and
some of the best healthcare creatives on the planet.

“We are continually striving to innovate the way healthcare communications is delivered and I believe winning eight Creative Floor Awards and the ‘world’s most awarded agency’ shows that our thinking and execution are setting the industry standard in how you engage with your audiences.”

He continued: “What is really pleasing in this latest haul is the diverse nature of the
campaigns we have been recognised for. They include work for an Artificial Intelligence (AI) specialist in drug development, a new drug for atopic dermatitis, mental health, and HIV breakthrough awareness.”

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Philip Ghayour
Events, PR, and Marketing Manager at The Samuel James Group, Philip has a degree in Journalism from the University of Salford and holds an MSc in Marketing from Lancaster University, Philip has also worked at BBC Radio Lancashire, Clitheroe Football Club and Accrington Stanley Football Club.