Shortlisted for Large Digital Agency of the Year
We’re proud of the work we do for our fabulous clients, helping to make a positive difference to the lives of millions of people across the UK.
The work itself is tremendously rewarding but to be a finalist for Large Digital Agency of the Year in the UK Agency Awards is the icing on the cake. We’ll see if we win the cherry too.
In 2017 we won Large Digital Agency of the Year in the Prolific North Awards. Now we have our sights set on the UK Agency Awards.
The awards celebrate exceptional agencies, campaigns and talent across all creative, design, digital, marketing, advertising, media and public relations agencies that are based in the UK.
To be a finalist is already an achievement.
In a digitally transforming world – working with clients which include the Cabinet Office, the Metropolitan Police Service, Royal Mail, Birmingham City Council, Zurich Insurance, National Rail Enquiries and the largest financial regulatory authority in the UK – we’re changing the way government talks to citizens, employers to employees, authorities to their communities and businesses to their customers.
Paul Meersman, CDS Head of Marketing said: “We’ve been shortlisted two years running for Large Digital Agency of the Year, in two different awards, by different sets of judges. That’s only possible because of our awesome clients, our ethos, leadership and our dedicated and multi-talented team.”
The winners will be announced during the awards ceremony at the Montcalm Marble Arch in London on 13 September 2018.
The full shortlist for each category can be seen here https://www.ukagencyawards.com/2018-shortlist
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