Construction Marketing Awards 2023 – we’re shortlisted!

We can’t deny it – we’ve had a taste of winning – and we like it! Following our success in the two previous years’ Construction Marketing Awards, we are thrilled that our work has once again been shortlisted in not one but two categories.

In the ‘Best Stakeholder/ Internal Communications’ category is the retro game-inspired stakeholder event we designed for Keyline Civils Specialist. Based around the theme ‘Changing the game and taking the lead’ we developed a conference that would not only effectively communicate its business objectives but leave a lasting impression.

From transforming the venue to creating impactful visual and video content, and even creating an app to further boost engagement, every single detail was considered.

Showcasing another spectacular event in the ‘Best Use of Events and Live Marketing’ category is the work we carried out for CCF and their first ever innovative carbon neutral conference. Taking the theme of ‘First’, we created a suite of striking visuals to highlight the company’s commitment to sustainability.

We ensured the theme was present from invitations through to room graphics and on-screen content, making sure stakeholders came away feeling inspired and informed.

Our MD, Mark Littlewood, knows that two wins and two shortlists in the last couple of years is no coincidence: “Event marketing is no mean feat but effective event marketing is even  tougher to nail. These projects – both with Travis Perkins Group Companies – were very different briefs, and I’m incredibly proud of our team for really getting under the skin of the clients’ objectives and creating truly spectacular events.

“But events are about more than just stunning visuals. Our integrated team seamlessly delivers all elements of project management to make sure everything runs smoothly – from the very conception of the event right through to the day itself.”

Everything is crossed for another successful evening at the awards gala dinner on 5th December – best of luck team!

Read the Keyline case study