Vote for us! We’ve been shortlisted for Creativepool 2020 Annual
by Anna Willatt.
2 September 2020.
We’re huge fans of Creativepool and love seeing the breadth of work and creatives that they champion. So, what an awesome honour to be shortlisted for not one, but FIVE Creativepool 2020 Annual Awards.
We pride ourselves on our hub-and-spoke model with our nimble core team at its heart, so we’re delighted to be in the running for Best Agency to Work For. Many of our Creative Community™ comment how much they enjoy working with us but to see that little badge, away from our fast-paced projects, where we live in each other’s pockets – and Slack channels – for weeks, means a lot.
We’re also up for Best Small Agency which really stokes up the fire inside us to deliver great work, in a smart way. Each project we deliver confirms our belief that you don’t need a bloated, old-school agency set up with drawn-out, painfully dull meetings to deliver winning work. In fact, that way of doing things squashes creativity – and possibly everyone’s will to live.
When it comes to creativity, we are over the moon to be shortlisted for three of our favourite recent client projects. Two of our Experiential projects for Google and YouTube are in the running and, in the Effectiveness category, a vibrant re-brand for the PR firm, Chameleon.
Why not take a moment to check out all the amazing categories and shortlisted agencies and projects over at Creativepool. While you are there, how about giving us a vote in one – or all – of our categories? We’ll be eternally grateful.
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