2e Named Agency of the Year by Ad Age and Modern Healthcare

On September 24, 2e went up to Chicago to attend the Healthcare Marketing Impact Awards, presented by Advertising Age and Modern Healthcare. We came back with this bad boy.


In honoring 2e Creative as 2014 Healthcare Impact Agency of the Year, Advertising Age and Modern Healthcare highlighted the company’s culture and philosophy, as well as award-winning work for a variety of clients, including Siemens Healthcare, Elsevier Health Sciences, and Hampton University Proton Therapy Institute. 2e Creative also won Best Patient Education Campaign for its Siemens Healthcare Breast Density Campaign and was a Best Integrated Campaign category finalist for our work with Hampton University Proton Therapy Institute.


The Healthcare Impact Awards honor campaigns that advance provider, insurer, supplier and advocacy group efforts to deliver high-quality, affordable and accessible healthcare; promote the health of individual patients, groups and communities; and help organizations thrive and grow in today’s rapidly changing healthcare environment. Honorees are selected by the publications’ editors and a panel of judges representing leaders from the healthcare marketing and marketing communications industry.

We’d like to thank our client partners for believing in us and in our mission to change the way brands connect with patients and providers. Without you, none of this would be possible.

You can read more about the awards and our big win here. All you need to know for now is a.) AdAge and Modern Healthcare have made a lot of 2e grandparents exceptionally proud, and b.) if you ever win a big national award, I will personally bring a brass band and 40-gallon garbage can of confetti and party poppers to your next staff meeting.

Big things are happening here at 2e. Stay tuned.

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