CIM Awards 2017: Rooster Marketing Named as Dual Finalists
- 18 Jan 2017
We are completely thrilled to be named as dual finalists in The Chartered Institute of Marketing’s (CIM) Marketing Excellence Awards 2017.
These prestigious awards, now in their eighth year, are renowned in the marketing world for recognising and rewarding brilliance in the industry. The Marketing Excellence Awards raise awareness and celebrate examples of pure creativity and utter originality that have been seen throughout the year. It offers professionals and agencies like Rooster Marketing the opportunity to showcase their innovative work and talented individuals.Rooster Marketing
Rooster Marketing has been named as finalists not only in one but two categories, for the ‘Best Use of Digital Marketing’ and ‘Best Integrated Campaign SME’, for our work with Downside School & Monastery and LVS School Ascot respectively.
We are over the moon with this news and are immensely excited to have made it even this far not to mention tremendously proud of each and every member of the Rooster Marketing team who have helped us get to where we are today.To view the shortlisted campaigns, please click the links below:
To view the shortlisted campaigns, please click the links below:
Best use of Digital Marketing Award
Click here to view our already award winning website for Downside School, Monastery and Library.
Best Integrated Campaign SME Award
Click here to view our refreshingly different and fully integrated brand campaign for LVS Ascot School.
About Rooster Creative Marketing
We pride ourselves on being a marketing agency with a difference; we are a bold and exciting team who are experts in what we do and how we do it. We know that great concepts come from simply listening and balance purpose and meaning with imagination. We are powered by creativity and driven by results, for ourselves and our clients.
The Results of The CIM Awards 2017
Winners will be announced at CIM’s annual Awards Ceremony 24th April 2017 at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London. Fingers crossed!
Posted by Sophie Waplington on 18 Jan 2017