The CMA Agency League has been revised for 2017, with no change in the top three – MRA, CIB, and Ridgemount holding their positions, but with Harris moving up to fourth.
The winners of the biggest awards in Construction Marketing have been announced!
Brisant Secure, Clear Architects, and Reynaers were all double winners – each carrying off two category wins to be jointly the most successful on the night.
MRA Marketing were Agency of the year, CIB PR Agency of the Year, while Kingspan Timber Solutions & Potton took the key title of Marketing Team of the Year.
At what was the biggest presentation dinner ever in the 17 year history of the Awards, sponsors, judges, finalists and their guests celebrated what was a showcase of excellence that the whole construction marketing community can be proud of.
Entries for the Construction Marketing Awards 2018 will open in April. What will you enter?
The Gala Dinner presentation on November 30, 2017, will be the biggest ever, with 300 people packed in to the Radisson Prtman Square to celebrate the presentation of the Construction Marketing Awards 2017.
It’s another record year then for the CMAs, going from strength to strength.
This year’s presentation will feature, as well as presenting 21 hotly contested awards categories, the return of the popular guests’ vote for Best Promotional Item, and a new Selfie Competition for this year.
Guests tweet a selfie of them getting ready, travelling, practicing their winner’s celebration, or anything they fancy using the hashtag #cma17, and a top panel of judges will choose a selection to display during the dinner, and a winner!
It’s set to be a great night – come excited!
We are delighted to announce that Construction Week, the successful building products exhibition at the NEC, has joined our growing and impressive roster of sponsors for 2017.
We are delighted to say that the charmingly straight-talking, quick-witted Kerry Godliman will be presenting the trophies at the Construction Marketing Awards 2017!
The judges have deliberated long and hard, and the shortlists for the 21 categories of the Construction Marketing Awards 2017 decided. Did your entry make it to the select group of finalists? Do you know any of those in the running for the sector’s most prestigious awards? Continue reading
Looking for help with your Construction Marketing Awards entry? We have just added a FAQ page to our website. Check here for answers to your entry questions, or for questions about attending the awards dinner.
Following its acquisition of ecobuild, new owner, Futurebuild Events Ltd, is making big changes to the 2018 event, to ensure a fresh and relevant format that’s nothing like an ordinary trade show.
The Construction Marketing Awards, entering their 17th year, continue to grow. This year we have added new sponsors to our loyal and returning ones.
The 2017 Construction Marketing Awards are open for entry, with the closing date being Friday 22nd September. With this is mind I wanted to share some reasons why you should enter. So here are half a dozen reasons why entering the awards are a good idea. Continue reading
When making our journey down to London for the annual Construction Marketing Awards in which we were shortlisted for five categories, it didn’t seem the right time to start considering the chance we might actually walk away with an award.
The winners of the 2016 Construction Marketing Awards have been announced!
At a glittering gala dinner in London, the winners of the 21 categories of the Construction Marketing Awards were presented with their prestigious trophies.
The Shortlist for the Construction Marketing Awards 2016 has been announced!
The judges deliberated for many hours to decide who would make the prestigious list of finalists below. Many fell by the wayside at this stage, not because their entries were poor, but because those who remain are truly excellent.
Ross Sturley, one of the organisers of the Construction Marketing Awards, discusses one of the most common reasons for entries failing to win.
The latest incarnation of the Construction Marketing Awards Agency League has been published, with CIB shooting to the top in the year that founder Andy Cassie collected a CIMCIG Special award for his commitment to raising the bar in construction marketing.
Making sure that CCF’s customers are always aware of its top quality products and staff expertise is a number one priority for the marketing team. So, when we were tasked with supporting a significant investment in our insulation offering, it was clear that a promotional campaign was needed; to change perceptions and rightfully align CCF with exceptional insulation solutions, product choice, and availability.
Customer Lifecycle Campaign
At Gibbs & Dandy we pride ourselves on our customer-focussed strategy, which looks to ensure we are the most trusted builders’ merchant around. To help us achieve this goal, we wanted to make sure that our customers were happy with what we were doing and offering them. We wanted to talk to all our customers and this campaign focused on targeting those who had stopped trading with us – our lapsed and dormant accounts. We contacted these customers, asking them to provide feedback on why they were no longer buying from us and, in some cases, offering them incentives to restart trading – some hadn’t traded with us for over 2 years.
At the 2015 Construction Marketing Awards, Hamworthy Heating were crowned the winners of the Best use of Website. I attended the ceremony with my colleague, Sam Boshier, Senior Marketing Executive. And those also present may well have seen our faces showing sheer joy mixed with shock.
The high point of the construction marketing calendar has been reached – the winners of the Construction Marketing Awards 2015 have been announced!
Last night saw the hosting of the 2015 Construction Marketing Awards, at which the winners were announced. Detailed below is the shortlist together the winners and highly commended. Congratulations to all. It was a great evening, showcasing the best in construction marketing.