Winner of the highest award at the Festival of Socially Responsible Communication 1Foto: Promo/ Red Communication

As part of the Socially Responsible Communication Festival “Campaigns with a Purpose”, the best socially responsible campaigns in Serbia were announced. The Red Communication agency won the most titles “Campaign with a purpose 2022” for the projects “Your view of the world”, “Women’s fight”, “Life in a bag”, as well as “Insert. Continue the game”.

The “Campaign with Purpose” awards were given for the second time this year, on International Children’s Day, November 20, at a ceremony in Belgrade, while Red Communication was among the winners of this recognition last year as well.

The largest number of titles at this year’s event “Campaign for a Purpose” is another confirmation in a series for the agency, which in only eight years of its work has behind it an enviable number of successfully implemented corporate, CSR and brand campaigns for domestic and international clients from various industries.

Like the color in the name of the agency, love and passion are exactly what drives Red Communication in creating and running marketing campaigns, especially for projects that aim to improve and benefit the entire society, so that the world we live in becomes a better place for everyone.

In support of the commitment to social responsibility, the fact that Red Communication has in its portfolio a significant number of CSR projects awarded with recognitions from domestic and regional professional events such as UEPS, BalCannes and Kaktus organized by the Marketing Network.

In the socially responsible integrated campaign category, at the beginning of November, the agency won this year’s KACTUS 2022 award for the campaign “Your View of the World”.

At the same ceremony, Red Communication could boast of the KAKTUS Rising star award, which went to Dragana Milačak, Senior PR manager of the agency.

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