Katron Creative Places in International Creative Award
Out of more than 4,100 submissions from 27 countries, Katron Creative has been named a Bronze Winner in the 2020 Summit Creative Awards for development of RotaryAdelaideCentral.org.au
“It has been a privilege to assist the Rotary Club of Adelaide Central with building a strong and dynamic online presence,” says Katron Managing Director, Kat Lister. “To have our team acknowledged at the international level is an absolute honour.”
The Summit Creative Awards recognise the creative achievements of small and medium sized advertising agencies worldwide with annual billings under $30 million. Celebrating its 26th year, the Summit Creative Award has firmly established itself as the premier arbiter of creative excellence for firms of this size.
Entries in 13 major categories were judged against a stringent set of standards. During its blind judging (the names of companies entering were withheld) the Board of Judges searched for and identified innovative and creative concepts, strong executions and user experience, and the ability to communicate and persuade.
Established in 1982 as a traditional advertising and marketing firm, Katron Creative has evolved its services to include dynamic web development for businesses, schools and not-for-profits. The firm's emphasis on creativity and distinctive marketing is very strong.
The Rotary Club of Adelaide Central was formed earlier this year, bringing together nearly a century of Rotary experience through the merger of two clubs. Its website is vital for raising the profile of and support for its community projects such as programs supporting those experiencing homelessness, youth driver awareness training, and the Birikut water project in Ethiopia.
“We were extremely pleased with our new website - it is welcoming, attractive and user friendly," commented Adelaide Central President, Glenda Sherwin-Lane. "It tells our Rotary story very well. That the website has attracted the imprimatur of international peers is a well-deserved recognition.”