We are communicators.
We turn messy ideas into clear concepts.
As communicators, we take pride in turning vague and messy ideas into clear, tangible concepts. Through a creative and iterative process, we take those ideas and communicate them to audiences in a way that resonates and calls them to take action.
IABC Edmonton’s Capital Awards is Northern Alberta’s premier awards program for communications professionals. The Capital Awards program is your chance to be recognized for your keen thinking, hard work and creative brilliance. Join the ranks of Edmonton’s renowned communicators and enter your work!
Collaboration. Brainstorming. Editing. Rebooting.
Each year, our beloved Capital Awards program launches to the tune of a creative theme, something that communicators and marketers can truly identify with and see themselves in.
This year, our friends at zag have helped us translate this process into a legacy visual identity that will resonate with OUR unique audience of communications and marketing professionals.
With that, we officially launch IABC Edmonton’s 2023 Capital Awards program with a brand new look and feel.
Important Dates to Remember
We’re excited to see you at Capital Awards 2023. For tickets click here.
Questions? Need Help? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What’s New With Capital Awards 2023?
There are new Capital Awards categories to match IABC’s Gold Quill categories
Division 1: Communication Management
Any strategy or program targeted at more than one internal and external audience with an emphasis on various languages and/or cultural inclusion.
Climate Change and Sustainability Communication
Communication campaigns, programs or strategies aiming at engaging different audiences in climate change and solutions. These might include programs focused on changing climate and energy-related behaviors, consumer choices, social and cultural norms, communication patterns, and activism.
Communication campaigns, programs or strategies focused on sustainability from a holistic perspective of environmental stewardship, social responsibility and good governance. (ESG (Environmental Social and Governance)).
Division 4: Communication Skills
Communication projects where design is central to the effectiveness of the vehicle. May include cartoons, drawings, paintings, collages, montages, posters, displays, bulletin boards, mobiles, invitations and special signs.
Work may appear in book and magazine covers, posters, organizational identity (logo), product labels and packaging, direct marketing, 3D materials and illustrations.
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