AIR CARGO SUSTAINABILITY AWARDS 2020 – for a resilient tomorrow In partnership with one of the leading industry IT solutions providers CHAMP Cargosystems, TIACA is organizing the second Air Cargo Sustainability Awards to recognize outstanding businesses and industry initiatives to make air cargo more sustainable.
The deadline for taking part in Drapers’ sustainability survey – which explores what the fashion retail industry feels is needed to achieve significant change – has been extended to Friday 26 April. …
According to Gartner, campaigns integrating 4 or more digital channels will outperform single- or dual-channel campaigns by 300% from a performance perspective. But we need to go further if we want to create a truly unified campaign experience for today’s audiences, and this starts with taking an honest look at how integrated your campaign model really is. Kantar Milward Brown’s ‘Art of Integration’ study, revealed that brands believe they are excelling at executing integrated strategies, marking themselves as 89% integrated. However, consumers were less convinced of the integrated nature of their campaigns, marking advertising “campaign fit” at 58%.
When consumers think about saving water, it’s usually in the context of having a shorter shower or installing water-wise appliances, but one new brand has stepped up to raise awareness around water use in the beauty industry. In celebration of National Water Week last month, Australia’s first water-responsible beauty brand, Conserving Beauty, held a Conscious Conversation event to discuss the importance of water and the beauty industry’s impact on the global water shortage. Conserving Beauty Founder and CEO Natassia Nicolao, who was also named an AWA VIC Young Water Professional of The Year award finalist, said she was honoured to be the first beauty brand invited to join the association. “At Conserving Beauty, we live and breathe water conservation, so we are thrilled to be a part of the Australian Water Association community to continue to drive awareness and conversation about the global water crisis,” Nicolao said.
The regional LafargeHolcim Awards (Gold, Silver and Bronze) and Acknowledgement prize winning projects will be announced in a hybrid event on November 13, 2021, as part of the 17th international Biennale of Architecture in Venice, Italy. The Global LafargeHolcim Awards (Gold, Silver and Bronze) will be announced at the same event by Hashim Sarkis, curator of the Biennale and Head of the Global LafargeHolcim Awards jury 2021. Representatives of the 33 Main Category winning teams are invited to attend this event in person and receive the Awards and Acknowledgement prize trophies.