Kaizen nominated for third-award in 2016

We are delighted to announce that we have been named finalists for “Best Financial Services Content Marketing Campaign” at The Drum Content Awards. Its our third nomination in as many months and symbolises a great year for the Kaizen team.

The campaign we created for TotallyMoney.com on ‘The Best Commuter Hotspots” has been truly successful earning over 70 links from National and Regional outlets, giving it the merit for this to be its second award nomination.

This campaign is just a demonstration of what we are capable of as a content team here at Kaizen. The piece pulls together the best use of data and design supported with a killer outreach strategy. With coverage from the Daily Mail, Metro and AOL, the coverage was vast and also achieved over 6,500 social shares.

2016 has been an amazing year for the team, 3 award nominations, a larger team and a new office before the year is out! We are very excited for what 2017 has to offer!

If you are interested in working with us to create some award worthy content don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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