Vancouver agency relaunches awards program recognizing leadership on social media

The CSuite Digital Leadership Awards are back after a brief hiatus.

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The CSuite Digital Leadership Awards are back after a brief hiatus

There are few awards programs that have immediate success out of the gate. Usually, it takes a few years for the word to get out and for distinguished candidates to decide that the process is ultimately worth the reward.  

That wasn’t the case with the 2020 CSuite Digital Leadership Awards. Vancouver-based thought leadership agency CSuite Content—founded by former business and tech journalist Remy Scalza and tech PR veteran Caroline Carter—launched the awards to recognize how leaders were effectively using the power of social media.

Winners of the 2020 edition included local heavyweights like O2E Brands founder Brian Scudamore and The Forum CEO Paulina Cameron, as well as international figures like Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon.  

The COVID pandemic put a pause on future iterations of the awards, but they’re back for 2023. “In uncertain times, there’s a huge opportunity to demonstrate strong leadership,” said Carter in a release. “Coming out of a pandemic and with a recession looming, strong communication is crucial for retaining confidence in stakeholders at all levels.” 

The 2023 awards will recognize exceptional business leaders and influencers across multiple categories, including best leaders on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Tiktok, as well as Future of Work Evangelist, Business Leader Taking a Stand and Best Employee Champion.

“Today’s true digital leaders are not only driving industry conversations, but also shaping the future of work and making a difference in the world,” added Scalza.  

Award winners will be announced on June 19, 2023, with judging by leading business editors, industry experts, and business influencers. Winners are highlighted in national press and featured in major media outlets.  

The early bird applicant deadline is February 28.