New York, NY (June 30, 2015) — Reset Branding has walked off with a trophy-case full of Communicator Awards, as announced by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts today. The Communicator Awards, based in New York, honors the best in advertising, corporate communications, public relations and branding. This year’s competition received thousands of entries from agencies of all sizes, making it one of the largest awards show of its kind in the world.
The nine awards join multiple 2015 PAC Global Leadership Awards, snagged by the design firm last month, as announced by The Packaging Association of Canada.
2015 has been an unprecedented year of achievements and accolades for Reset Branding and is led by internationally recognized branding expert John Miziolek.
Earlier this year, John’s book, BREAKING THROUGH: The World’s Leading Entrepreneurs and Professionals Share Their Insights for Achieving Breakthrough Success, appeared almost immediately upon publication on Amazon’s Business Best-Seller List.
John was also recently in Los Angeles where he was selected from 300 other published authors as winner of both the National Academy of Best Selling Author’s Quilly Award—and the award for Author of the Year.
And in April, John launched a weekly marketing podcast, Design Masters Canada, where he leads timely, often controversial discussions with prominent marketing leaders from both Canada and the U.S. The Podcast was picked up by iTunes within a week of it’s launch.
And if all that isn’t enough for one man, one company, one year; in January, John and his partner Franca DiNardo from Reset Branding created a Student Design Competition for their students at Humber College. John successfully recruited leading-edge marketers from the CPG sector to volunteer their time to act as judges for the event.