San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 07, 2016
Eveo, an innovative full-service health and wellness agency, has earned five prestigious Digital Health Awards and one Davey Award, adding to its library of more than 300 industry awards to date. Eveo was recognized in multiple digital and print health categories, including patient education websites, e-commerce, diagnostic tools, mobile apps and integrated campaigns.
“We’re honored to be recognized for several milestone projects this year, across digital categories and mediums. We’re incredibly proud to share these achievements with our clients, who partner with us to bring innovative solutions to patients and physicians,” said Olivier Zitoun, Founder and CEO of Eveo.
Eveo was recognized for two “firsts” this year: for its pro-bono work developing the first crowdfunding app for families fighting cancer for non-profit organization Family Reach, and for launching the ShoutStore, the first lifestyle healthcare marketplace in partnership with ALPHAEON Corporation. In addition, Eveo received awards for two patient educational websites (Allergan’s Don’tSettle.com and AbbVie’s PubertyTooSoon.com), a mobile diagnostic tool (Jazz Pharmaceuticals’ Narcolepsy Screener App), and integrated campaign for the DTC launch of ALPHAEON Corporation.
Now in its 18th year, the Digital Health Awards honor the world’s best digital health resources for consumers and health professionals. With nearly 4,000 entries from across the US and around the world, the Davey Awards honor the finest creative work from the best small agencies, firms, and companies worldwide.
Eveo is a leading full-service health and wellness agency, rooted in technology. Eveo has partnered with more than 200 health brands to help them achieve their goals through insight-driven strategies, award-winning creative, and groundbreaking innovations. Eveo is based in San Francisco and has offices in San Diego, Irvine, Boston, Chicago and New York. For three years in a row, Eveo was ranked the No. 1 independent digital health agency in the U.S. by AdAge.