• Transform magazine
  • August 15, 2020


Transform Awards 2018 to celebrate North America's best in brand


A 34 year-old major television brand and a 17 year-old mobile service challenger brand now have a point of commonality. They were both recipients of the premier awards at last year’s Transform Awards North America. The ‘Grand prix’ was bestowed upon A+E Networks while ONMO took home the ‘Best overall visual identity’ accolade.

They were among a class of winners that represented the entertainment, manufacturing, FMCG, food and drink, telecoms and retail sectors. They were among a class of winners that represented burgeoning startups and classic, heritage brands. They were among a class of winners recognized as the best in rebranding and brand development across North America.

Now, the Transform Awards North America is open for entries for its 2018 program, enabling work carried out by a North American-based brand or agency or for a North American brand to be equally celebrated as the best in brand. Entries are being accepted until 1 June, but those who enter before 6 April receive $100 off their total entry cost.

The winners will be determined by an expert panel of judges comprised of the leading names in North American branding, marketing and communications. Last year’s judging panel included experts from Major League Soccer, Condé Nast, Meals on Wheels, SAP and others.

“The standard of entry into the Transform Awards North America is increasing with each year; the winners of the awards set the benchmark for excellence in rebranding and brand development. We’re looking forward to seeing who will be recognized at the 2018 awards,” says publishing editor of Transform magazine Andrew Thomas.

Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in New York in early autumn. They will also join a roster of previous winners including Tupperware, CVS Health, Huggies, DeviantArt, Airbnb, Penn State University and many others.

To enter now, click here. For more information, call +44 20 7498 7008 or email Ash Sandys.

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