CIM shortlists MRA for 4 awards

  • 27 Jan 2017

Following MRA Marketing’s success at the Construction Marketing Awards (CMA), after being shortlisted for a record number of categories, the full service PR and marketing agency is a finalist in four categories at the national Chartered Institute of Marketing’s (CIM) ‘Marketing Excellence Awards’.

The CIM Awards recognise and reward high standards of quality and integrity in the field of marketing, celebrating the finest minds within the profession, and showcasing the success of B2C and B2B marketing campaigns.

Following its work with IKO PLC on their #NoMorePotholes campaign, MRA reached the finals for ‘Best Use of Social Media’ and ‘Best Use of Data ad Insight – Large’; for its ‘Builders Merchant Building Index’ with the Builders Merchants Federation and GfK; ‘Best Use of Digital Marketing’ with Brisant Secure ‘Ultion, the lock that sells doors’ and Agency of the Year for its consistent track record and outstanding results with strategic marketing campaigns that help companies grow.

MD Lucia Di Stazio commented that they are delighted to be a finalist in these four categories at the CIM Marketing Excellence Awards. “2016 was an incredible year for MRA after winning two Construction Marketing Awards in December and regaining the No.1  spot in the CMA Agency League of over 60 agencies that specially in construction,” continues Lucia.

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MRA Marketing
18 Market Street
Wotton-under-Edge
Gloucestershire GL12 7AE

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