Labyrinth WINS Best Marketing Agency Award

Best Marketing Agency 2018

We’re thrilled to have been awarded Best Marketing Agency 2018 at the BOC Marketing & PR Brilliance awards and described as role models in excellence.

Our win is a fantastic recognition to end a successful year, having built our client list to include brands such as Pukka Pies, Ferrero and British Pepper & Spice, educational institutes CIM and IPM – plus talented creative agencies TBK, Ten Feet Tall, BD Network and Butterfly.

Our proposition to support brands, agencies and people to step change their performance was demonstrated in our entry and resonated well with the judges, who gave us the following feedback:

The Focussed Intent behind the Labyrinth Marketing approach greatly impressed the judges. This was clear from the strategy development phase of their work in Pukka Pies comprising three narrative steps; Frequency, Penetration and Awareness.

Woven into this simple structure was a real Clarity of Purpose around what success looked like in terms of quantifiable outcome and commercial effectiveness.

Judges were also very impressed by the way in which they stood up and took responsibility as role models of better practice for the whole industry, and the outreach elements they proactively instigated as part of that.

We would like to thank all of our clients for the opportunity to do such great work, our amazing team of passionate, lovely consultants and we look forward to more success in 2019!

We can help

  • If your organisation needs help with long-term strategic planning, additional resource to bring your plans alive or the capability and training programmes to strengthen your team – Labyrinth Marketing can help.
  • A great example of this, is how we helped pie manufacturer, Pukka, to develop a long-term strategy to define how they could step change their growth and meet ambitious 5-year targets. Read our Case Study here

Let’s get connected:

Call      Vicki Pledger 07740193939
Email   vicki@labyrinthmarketing.co.uk

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