Full-service agency MRA Marketing has been shortlisted for four awards in this year’s prestigious Construction Marketing Awards (CMA).
Being the recipient of a record total of 18 CMA awards previously, including the coveted Agency of the Year in 2017, and finalists over 30 times, the agency has hopes for more.
MRA Marketing helps companies grow in construction, building materials and home improvements, using a combination of strategic marketing, research, creative and digital.
This year, MRA is nominated across a trio categories – Strategic Planning & Management; Best Branding & Positioning; and Best Mid-Range Budget (£25K-£50K) Campaign – for results achieved with VBH (GB), Imperial Bricks and Fibo UK.
MD Lucia Di Stazio (pictured) commented: “We’re delighted to make the shortlist again. Our PR, marketing, and research and insight teams work extremely hard to go the extra mile for our customers to achieve the best results for their business.
“It’s our 14th year as finalists and each year the benchmark is that bit higher, so to be recognised again is testament to our continuing hard work and determination to help customers grow.”
Winners will be announced at a black-tie ceremony on 29 November in London, which Lucia describes as ‘usually a fantastic and fun evening’, adding that MRA are looking forward to being there as a team with its customers.
View the full CMA 2018 Shortlist by clicking here
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