06 Jul 2019

Book now: How to create award-winning marketing campaigns

CIMCIG’s latest seminar, How to Create Award-Winning Marketing Campaigns, reviews specific examples from the construction industry and looks at why awards matter and the positive impact they can have on businesses. This morning workshop (9-12am) will be held on Tuesday 2nd July at Bristol Business School, University of the West of England and include a hot and cold breakfast buffet. “Hosted by the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s Construction Industry Group (CIMCIG), an exclusive line up of speakers will delve into winning entries from the 2018 Construction Marketing Awards (CMAs),” explains Lucia Di Stazio, MD of MRA Marketing and CIMCIG committee member. “The seminar will also provide a unique insight from the judges.”

Speakers include Justin Ratcliffe of the Council for Aluminium in Building (CAB), who is also a judge of the CMAs, Anna Hern of Ridgemount PR, judge and award-winner and Ross Sturley of Chart Lane, judge and award organiser. James Ellis of Certsure will also be presenting, reviewing the campaign that swept the board at the awards in 2018, taking home five trophies.

“A fresh innovation and timely marketing campaign, executed seamless, has the power to inspire, educate, and influence a spectrum of audiences, while boosting the power of products and brands. Using award-winning case studies, the presenters and expert judges will demonstrate the most effective campaign strategies that delivered the greatest impact, while outlining what it takes to produce an award-winning entry,” adds Charmaine Dean, Marketing Manager of Catnic and CIMCIG committee member.

‘How to Create Award-Winning Marketing Campaigns’ is available to book online at www.cim.co.uk/event/97041/ or by calling the CIM on 01628 427340. Early-bird prices of £30 for CIM members or £35 for non-members are available until Friday 14th June. Places are limited and booked on a first-come first-served basis.


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