Invoke Scoops Two Awards For Wells Fargo Video Competition

by Greg Andrews | Culture

Davey AwardsThe leaves are falling and that means it's awards season. Vancouver-based Invoke Media received 3 nominations and 2 Davey awards, honouring small ad firms. The two awards, Silver in the Branded Content: Video/Films/Movie category and Silver in the Not-for-profit category, were for the Wells Fargo Someday Stories campaign, using their Memelabs platform.

This is the second campaign that we have run successfully with Wells Fargo, and they have been incredible to work with as they continue to showcase creative outreach strategies, setting new marketing goals and initiatives with a keen focus on community development, on-line interaction and the alignment between brand and Non-Profit.

It's phenomenal to be acknowledged for this campaign. Invoke is extremely proud to be honoured, especially due to the nature of the campaign. We love supporting non-profits and you can expect many exciting projects similar to this to be announced in the future. — Nadia Nascimento, Invoke Media

Congrats Invoke on this recognition. Earlier this year Memelabs won a New Media BC PopVox award for Best User Generated Content site.

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Invoke partners with the big thinkers behind startups and established brands to create new revenue and digital service opportunities. For us, every day is a chance to solve problems in new ways and unearth big-impact ideas. Our process is rooted in collaboration, so we incorporate multiple perspectives as we ideate, prototype, and refine our way towards a solution. more

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Greg Andrews

Greg Andrews

Greg Andrews is a Writer and Web Developer and for Techvibes. Born and raised in Edmonton, Greg was blogging about his high school drama long before it was fashionable. In the Spring of 2007, half a year out of school, Greg moved to Vancouver in search of interesting technology and the Canadian dream. His personal sites are and Photo by kk+ more

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