Just.Marketing Awards Finalists Announced

The finalists of the inaugural Just.Marketing Awards have been announced today, with the winners to be named at an online ceremony on the 21st January, 2021. 

The Awards reflect the outstanding work across the marketing industry in the UK, and were judged by some of the leading marketers from organisations like UKTV, FleishmanHillard Fishburn, Fever PR, Realia Marketing, Franklin Rae PR, Immediate Future, and Sunny Side Up Comms.

PRCA Director General Francis Ingham MPRCA said:

“This pandemic has shown the power and necessity of professional marketing. The finalists in the inaugural Just.Marketing Awards have excelled under the most difficult of circumstances, and the PRCA is delighted to applaud that excellence.”

Mark Johnson, Editor of Just.Marketing, said,

“These finalists have proven the resilience of the marketing industry. At a time when creative thinking that solves business problems is needed more than ever, the inaugural Just.Marketing Awards have shown there is hope that once business and life returns to ‘normal’, marketing will lead the recovery.”


Shortlist:

Best CSR campaign
Storycatchers Limited and UM Birmingham – You vs. Train: You won’t see it coming
These Four Words
 
Best use of data and insights in a campaign
TBA 21st January 
 
Best B2B campaign
Fresh Field – #AskForHelp
OneFifty – British Business Bank
These Four Words – Regeneration Brainery – Our future
 
Best use of influencers in a campaign
OneFifty – Green Cola
Storycatchers Limited and UM Birmingham – You vs. Train: You won’t see it coming
 
Best use of branded experiences and events
TBA 21st January 
 
Marketing agency of the year
OneFifty
Realia Marketing
 
Emerging brand of the year
HN Communications
The Growth Guys
 
Best performance during COVID19
Anchor Hanover
Custard Communications
OneFifty – British Business Bank
The 10 Group
York Museum Trust
Zero Waste Scotland – Scotland is Stunning
 
Diversity and inclusion company of the year
TBA 21st January 

Leave a Comment

I accept that my given data and my IP address is sent to a server in the USA only for the purpose of spam prevention through the Akismet program.More information on Akismet and GDPR.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.