Golley’s week that was #13

We accompanied Welsh Water to the CIM Marketing Excellence Awards

Last night our advertising Account Director, Victoria Hale, attended the CIM Marketing Excellence Awards in Grosvenor House in London. The annual awards are created to promote excellence in the field of marketing, covering both client and agency work.

Victoria attended the prestigious ceremony with Welsh Water, a client we’ve worked with for a number of years to provide media planning and buying services, in collaboration with creative agency Heavenly.

Welsh Water was nominated in three categories: Best Advertising Campaign; Best Brand Building Campaign, and Large and Innovation – Not for Profit/Public sector. Against an impressive field of nominees, Welsh Water scooped all three awards and are very deserving winners. The evening certainly belonged to them and we were proud to play a part in such a successful campaign, working alongside a strong team.

Congratulations all, looking forward to what the next 12 months will bring!

We helped spread the word about Hugh James’ London office move

This week, our PR team helped spread the news about Top 100 law firm Hugh James’ recent London office move. The firm, which will also be relocating its Cardiff office to Central Square, has invested in a new, larger base in the UK capital. The new London office will house 30 legal experts, including six partners, and is part of the firm’s ambitious growth plans. You can read more here.

Trade Centre Wales was the lead story in the Western Mail

We worked with Wales’ largest used car showroom, Trade Centre Wales, to announce its new Coventry dealership. Headquartered in Neath and operating from Merthyr Tydfil and Cardiff North, it will be Trade Centre UK’s newest offering, employing around 140 members of staff from the local area. Find out more here.
Trade centre

It was a full house for this month’s CIPR Cymru committee meeting.

Our boardroom was jam-packed on Wednesday as we hosted the CIPR Cymru committee meeting. This month saw lots of new co-opted committee members joining the team to help shape the delivery of training and networking events across Wales. Some great plans and ideas were discussed, so keep checking the Eventbrite page for more info.