Biggs|Gilmore Wins 24 WebAwards
KALAMAZOO, Mich., Sept. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Digital agency Biggs|Gilmore nabbed 24 WebAwards in the annual competition sponsored by the Web Marketing Association.
In this year's competition Biggs|Gilmore won five "Outstanding Website" awards and 19 "Standard of Excellence" awards. Tying for second-most awarded agency this year, Biggs|Gilmore has been among the most-awarded agencies in the competition for the past 10 years.
"Creating award-winning work takes the combined talents of many, many people, so we're extremely proud of the fact that so many of our brands were winners," said Andy Gould, senior vice president, executive creative director.
More than 1,500 entries from 40 countries were judged in 96 industry categories during this year's competition. Entries were judged on design, copy writing, innovation, content, interactivity, navigation and use of technology.
This year, Biggs|Gilmore won Outstanding Website awards for Pop-Tarts, Scott Brand, Frosted Flakes, Kellogg's Family Rewards and Froot Loops.
In addition, the agency took home 19 Standard of Excellence awards, recognizing work for Pringles, MyHeinz.com, Heinz Soups, Heinz Ketchup, Krave (two awards), Rice Krispies (three awards), MorningStar Farms (two awards), Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops (three awards), Kellogg's Family Rewards, Kalamazoo Literacy Council, Scott Brand and Kimberly-Clark.
"Year after year, the depth of talent we have at Biggs|Gilmore continues to help our clients stand out," said Marino Puhalj, senior vice president, executive creative director.
Biggs|Gilmore is a digital creative agency with offices in Chicago and in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Named Top Agency in the 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2013 Internet Advertising Competition; Top Agency in the 2011 and 2012 WebAwards; and an AdAge Agency of the Year in 2010, Biggs|Gilmore delivers measurable and award-winning results for Fortune 500 clients including Heinz, Kellogg Company and Kimberly-Clark. Follow us on Twitter @BiggsGilmore and read our agency blog, Slacker CEO.