Full service PR and marketing agency MRA Marketing has claimed the number one spot in the Construction Marketing Awards (CMA) Agency League – incredibly, for the fourth time in five years.
The CMAs are run by the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s Construction Industry Group (CIMCIG) and are the UK’s leading awards for marketing in construction.
The league is compiled by taking a rolling four year window of CMA results and assigning points for shortlisted, commended, and winning entries. Made up of over 100 agencies, the league is increasingly used as an indicator for tender lists.
Since the CMAs began, MRA has scooped a total of 18 trophies, including the coveted Agency of the Year Award on two occasions.
MD Lucia Di Stazio (pictured) commented: “The CMAs are very important to us – we’ve been a finalist every year since 2004 – and we’re delighted to be No.1 again in the league. It’s fantastic recognition of the hard work the team consistently performs for our customers day in and day out.
“The league lists some very talented agencies that are achieving amazing results and raising the bar higher every year. We will continue to strive to help our customers grow and ensure we keep our place among the best of the best in the business.”
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