Girl Effect wins Campaign Creative Tech Award

TEGA awarded 'Best Use of Customer Insight' at Campaign's Creative Tech Awards 2017

Girl Effect's work revolutionising the way research is conducted in the Global South has been recognised in the 'Pioneering' category of the inaugural Campaign Creative Tech Awards.

Hosted by Jason Bradbury, from the Gadget Show, TEGA (Technology Enabled Girl Ambassadors) won Gold for 'Best Use of Customer Insight' - selected by a panel of judges including Graham Bednash, Marketing Director of Google UK, Anna Rafferty, Director of Digital Marketing for BBC Worldwide and Genna Osler, UK Managing Director of agency Unruly.

Director of TEGA, Laura Scanlon, will now join an event in July where all winners will present the thinking behind this year's stand out work and explore how the creative industry can work with tech partners to drive the industry forward.