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Virtual Wins Double Gold at dotCOMM Awards for Digital Marketing

Professional Services Firm Recognized for Content Marketing, Podcasting, and Owned Digital Media Campaigns
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Virtual, Inc. today announced that it has been honored with two Gold dotCOMM Awards for its digital marketing communications campaigns. The international dotCOMM Awards program honors excellence in web creativity and digital communication and is administered and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP). Virtual is a leading provider of professional services to associations, standards organizations, consortia, advocacy groups, and professional societies.

Virtual was recognized for its creative work in the following categories:

  • Gold Winners:
    • PCI Women in Payments Podcasts, Category: Podcasts – Series, Education
    • Virtual, Inc.’s 5 Minutes with Andy, Category: Content Marketing – Company Podcast Series
  • Honorable Mention:
    • NHCGNE Annual Report, Category: Owned Media – eAnnual Report

“These dotCOMM awards demonstrate that Virtual’s creative and digital marketing campaigns stand with the best in the industry,” said Stacey Comito, Vice President, Marketing and Communications, Virtual, Inc. “Because the entries are judged against a standard of excellence and not against each other, projects that are exceptional can be announced before the competition’s final date, and we’re especially proud that our work is in that group. Our thanks and kudos go to the teams who delivered these innovative, prize-winning projects.”

The dotCOMM Awards program offers third-party recognition from one of the largest, oldest, and most respected evaluators of creative work in the global marketing and communication industry, the AMCP. The competition is unique in that it highlights the role of creatives in the dynamic web that is transforming how people market and communicate about their products and services.

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