The New Year has started well for us here at C21. First day back we were excited to find out we’d won a significant new strategic branding project, with the largest healthcare company in the world. And yesterday we were notified we’re finalists in the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)’s prestigious Marketing Excellence Awards 2020 for #DRYMESTER, a public marketing campaign commissioned by Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership and the NHS, to reduce alcohol exposed pregnancies and prevent new cases of Foetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder.

We will be competing in the Best Not for Profit/Charity/Social Marketing category and will be judged by an esteemed panel of experts, from across brands such as: Financial Times, HSBC, Hello Fresh, Everton Football Club and leading agencies.

Our Client is obviously delighted too.

“Many congratulations and thanks to you all for an excellent application, but moreover an excellent campaign. Delighted to see all the hard work recognized on a national level.”

Chris Daly, chief executive of CIM said,

“For over a decade, our Marketing Excellence Awards have recognised the industry’s achievements and high achievers, but, this year, picking a short list has proved harder than ever. I would like to offer my congratulations to all those who have been short listed; they represent the very best in the UK’s marketing talent.”

The results will be confirmed on 2nd April and we’ll keep you posted!