IMMEDIATE RELEASE 9 A.M. CDT, January 24, 2017

NAPERVILLE, IL – With over 1,100 submissions from 30 countries throughout the world, Paul Gregory Media has won three Arcturus Awards in the 2016 Vega Digital Awards competition and excelled in the categories of Branding and Writing/Story, showing extraordinary prowess in digital creativity. The winning work was created for The Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce, and Optimal Design.

“We’re honoured to receive the prestigious Vega Digital Award for these projects.” said Paul Feith, President of Paul Gregory Media “We constantly strive to find new and creative ways to tell our client’s brand stories in a way that directly resonates in their day-to-day live, and we are proud to be recognized for our work.  What’s especially encouraging is that this is the first time we’ve won an award for a video production.  I’m especially proud of the work of our staff,  the staff at the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce, and the ten businesses that were portrayed in the video.”

Vega Digital Awards is an international competition catered to all creative professionals who inspire through concept, writing or design through traditional or electronic media. “We wish to recognize the singular achievements of small and medium-sized web design, video production and advertising companies, and the creative professionals who are the driving force behind global digital communications industry,” said Kenjo Ong, President for the International Awards Associates (IAA). “We hope to find, encourage and reward the newest and brightest stars emerging in the world of digital communications.”

Vega Digital Awards is administered and judged by International Awards Associate (IAA) and a carefully selected panel of internationally-esteemed creative professionals. The Association oversees awards and recognition programs, provides judges and sets competition standards for excellence. This year’s panel of international judges from all over the world.

Entries from more than 200 categories were rated according to rigorous standards. During the blind judging period, the panelists searched for and identified the most innovative and creative concepts, the strongest executions, and the highest quality in the digital media. Winners were selected from a broad scope of categories, from broadcast and print to social media and emerging platforms.

This year’s Vega Digital Awards competition included entries from 30 countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Faroe Islands, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Singapore, Netherland, New Zealand, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and the United States.

“Winning Vega Digital Awards is a significant career accomplishment for the recipients,” Ong said. “With vetted panelists, tough criteria, blind judging processes, and strict bylaws limiting winners, only the best entries received recognition. The creative digital work this year was truly outstanding and inspiring.”

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