Loulaki Blue is incredibly excited to announce that we have been shortlisted as a finalist in the New York Film and TV Festivals Awards for our video support of Rare Disease Day 2018.
In conjunction with Sydney Dance Company and the MPS Society, we created a video that was the foundation of a highly successful social media campaign. With over 280,000 views, the video helped to raise awareness of MPS and the impact of rare diseases in our community. An important outcome of the campaign was the announcement by the Health Minister, Greg Hunt, of a significant grant for further research, and support of a National Rare Disease Framework and Action Plan.
Loulaki Blue has previously won Gold and Bronze Medal Awards at the NYF, however with entries from over 50 countries and from some of the largest and most successful agencies, television studios and production houses from around the world, we are delighted and humbled to be a finalist in the CSR – Not For Profit category in 2019.
Of course none of this would be possible without the help of our amazing team and the generous support from the MPS Society, so a big THANK YOU to all of those involved.
If you would like to view the work we did with the MPS Society, please follow this link
We always say that we are very proud of the various awards we have received over the years but our greatest recognition comes from the ongoing relationships we develop with our clients and the satisfaction we get from them achieving their goals and communication objectives. With this in mind we are proud to be once again producing content to promote awareness of rare diseases this year. Rare Disease Day 2019 is fast approaching on February 28 and this years campaign focuses on raising awareness for Gaucher, Fabry and Pompe Disease. We encourage everyone to look out for activities for RDD 2019 and get behind this extremely important cause!
To view our case study on our involvement in Rare Disease Day please visit our website www.loulakiblue.com