In spite of tough market conditions, the awards programme proved itself indispensable and attracted a large number of entries from across the construction industry.
MRA has been selected as a finalist across a range of categories for its work with six customers, including: the Builders Merchant Building Index (BMBI), Freefoam Building Plastics, Lakes Showering Spaces, Deceuninck, Garnalex and Tommy Trinder.
A powerful mix of research, strategic marketing, PR, creative advertising and digital work has led to some incredible results for MRA’s customers, in a most challenging year.
Lucia Di Stazio, Managing Director, commented: “In what has been a particularly difficult year for many businesses, this positive news is most welcomed.
“We’ve been entering the CMAs for over 15 years and we were determined to not miss it despite a global pandemic!
“Being shortlisted across 10 categories is fantastic recognition of our work for customers and for our team, who work tirelessly to go the extra mile for them.
“We’re looking forward to ‘virtually’ celebrating with our colleagues and clients at the ceremony in November and we’ll certainly be opening some ‘real’ bubbly on the night.”
Winners will be announced at an online prize giving on 26 November. View the full CMA 2020 Shortlist at http://www.cmawards.co.uk/cma-2020-shortlist-announced/
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