The 2019 competition is proving particularly fierce, with the judges describing it as a ‘bigger and better crowd of entries than previous years’.
Using a combination of strategic marketing, research, creative, and digital, MRA Marketing helps companies in the construction sector to grow and achieve their objectives.
This year’s nominations reflect MRA’s success across a number of different categories, including:
– Strategic Planning & Management
– Best Use of Advertising
– Best Big Budget (£50K+) Campaign
– Best Use of Press & PR
– Best Use of Research & Insight – for results achieved with Imperial Bricks, Hanson, Lakes Showering Spaces, Fibo UK, the Builders Merchants Building Index (BMBI), VBH (GB), Deceuninck and Freefoam Building Products.
Lucia Di Stazio, MD, commented: “We’ve been entering the CMAs for over 15 years, and over this time we have won 18 awards and been shortlisted a total of 43 times.
“Being successful again in the face of stiff competition is testament to our continuing hard work and determination to help our customers succeed and excel in their markets.
“It’s fantastic recognition for our team, who work tirelessly to go the extra mile for our customers and achieve the best results for their business.”
Winners will be announced at a black-tie ceremony on 28th November in London.
Lucia added: “We always have a fantastic time on the night itself. It’s a great opportunity to let our hair down and celebrate our achievements with our customers.”
View the full CMA 2018 Shortlist at http://www.cmawards.co.uk/2019-shortlist/
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