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Eleven companies, organisations or individuals from the Midlands shortlisted for a Chartered Institute of Marketing’s (CIM) prestigious Marketing Excellence Awards, will be gathering in London this week to find out if they are winners.

The annual Marketing Excellence Awards take place on Thursday, April 12, when individuals, teams and agencies are honoured for their achievements during the past 12 months.

This year’s Awards ceremony is being held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Park Lane and will showcase marketing success and impactful campaigns throughout the UK.

Those shortlisted from the Midlands include:

Best brand building campaign – SME
• Solidor in partnership with MRA Marketing

Best corporate social responsibility
• Vision Express in partnership with The Tonic Communications: Vision Express gears up to tackle glaucoma

Best integrated campaign – Large
• Thameslink Programme: Thameslink Programme Plan B
• KPMG: Changing Futures

Best use of data and insight – Large
• Baxi in partnership with Adroit Data and Insight: Nurture programme for installers
• NWG: Support PLUS

Best use of PR
• Vision Express in partnership with The Tonic Communications: Vision Express gears up to tackle glaucoma

Best use of social media
• De Montfort University: Building the student community
• JBH – The Content Agency in partnership with Reed: Three Men on a Wall Help Young Londoners into Work
• Solidor: #SolidorStyleWall

Innovation – not for profit/public sector
• Masters Allen on behalf of The British Horse Society: Equine Excellence Pathway

Marketer of the year
• Ben Wood, Hallam Internet

Marketing team of the year (client side) – Large
• Keele University

Marketing campaign of the year – SME
• Alumasc Water Management Solutions in partnership with MRA Marketing: Thought leadership – flood management
• Solidor in partnership with MRA Marketing

CIM chief executive Chris Daly, says: “We have seen some high-quality entries this year, and the breadth of our nominees is a great demonstration of our profession’s hard work over the past 12 months.

“Despite a challenging climate for business, the UK marketing industry has delivered stand-out campaigns that truly showcase the changing needs of the consumer. Our Marketing Excellence Awards recognise the industry’s achievements and those of the marketing teams and leaders responsible for such outstanding work.”

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About CIM:
The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) is the world’s leading professional marketing body with over 28,000 members worldwide.  For more than 100 years, (established 1911), CIM has supported, represented and developed marketers, teams, leaders and the profession. CIM has 130 study centres in 36 countries.  In the last year, 7,500 people registered at 230 UK CIM events.
Find out more about how you can benefit from CIM’s diverse networks and unrivalled resources at www.cim.co.uk

Speakers from the worlds of media, marketing, technology and creativity will present at a communications seminar for marketers in the Midlands on 26 October.

The ‘Now that’s what I call Creativity’ – Robots or Humans? event follows an extremely successful first Midlands creativity conference last November. It will be presented by Chartered Institute of Marketing, (CIM) the world’s leading professional marketing body and is the second event hosted jointly by CIM Midlands and the national CIM Creative Communications Group.

The final line-up of speakers includes Kristina Dimitrova, Researcher & Writer, Contagious; Ringo Moss, Digital Strategist, McCann Birmingham; Ruepal Aujla UM media agency, Andy McNab, VP at Rocketfuel and Michael Byrne, Head of Marketing, npower Business Solutions.

“We are delighted to be bringing a second creative conference to Birmingham,” says Nick Oppenheimer CIM Ambassador for creative, digital and technology.

“For creative, communication and marketing professionals exploring the potential of technology, it is increasingly a challenge to ‘put humans first’. With accelerating and profound technological change, from programmatic media to artificial intelligence, predictive modelling to virtual worlds, robots and telepresence to mobile and gamification, the many possibilities and platforms that technology offers are an exercise in creativity.

“Our line-up includes the very best practitioners in this field who will share their knowledge, offer insights and make predictions on the future.”

The day begins at 08.00 for an 08.30 start and concludes at 12 noon.

The event takes place on Thursday 26 October in Birmingham City centre.  Ticket price is £65 for members and students, £85 for non-members.

Visit the website for more information and to book your place.

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Picture caption: Ringo Moss, Digital Strategist, McCann Birmingham


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