We’re so proud to announce that our team was awarded Best in Web and Digital and Best Integrated Marketing Strategy Awards at the Reno-Tahoe American Marketing Association (AMA) 2015 Ace Awards.
Our team received the Best in Web and Digital award for the redesign of kps3.com. In December 2014, we redesigned kps3.com (which you’re looking at right now!) to better showcase our work, case studies and blogs, and to be a helpful resource for prospective clients and future employees. The entire company – from account director to developer – took part in our website’s design, development and launch.
The team also received the Best Integrated Marketing Strategy award for its work with Nevada Health Link. When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) passed, Nevada’s state health insurance exchange looked to KPS3 to help raise awareness of the online marketplace and encourage Nevadans to enroll in income-based health insurance. Tasked with engaging Nevada’s un/underinsured population, we developed and executed a research-based, integrated marketing communications strategy campaign that successfully moved tens of thousands of un/underinsured Nevadans to act. You can check out the Nevada Health Link brand, advertising, and outreach work here.
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