Marketing awards celebrate best in Wales

Canmol trophiesEvery year, the best marketing campaigns in Wales are celebrated at the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s Canmol awards, and this year two of the Weltch Media team were there.

Our own entry, for our work with country clothing brand Elsie & Arthur, narrowly missed out on the shortlist, but our Andy Weltch and Allie Lawson were invited as guests to join the celebration at Cardiff’s City Hall.

The finalists ranged from small-scale low-budget projects to huge campaigns by major organisations. All were very impressive, and the judges clearly face a tough task in choosing the winners.

We were especially pleased to see our friends from Swansea University win the education and training category for their undergraduate recruitment campaign. We have worked on a range of communications projects with the university over the years, so we basked in some reflected glory on the night.

We believe awards are important – which is why we were proud of our BestFor PR success earlier this year. Awards recognise excellence, and encourage winners (and losers) to aim for the highest standards.

Congratulations to all the winners at Canmol 2013, and to CIM Cymru for organising such a superb event – worthy of an award itself.

Looking for award-winning help with your communications? Talk to us.

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1 Response to Marketing awards celebrate best in Wales

  1. Pingback: Awards, praise, and a client in New York – reflecting on a special year | Weltchmedia's Blog

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