Kaizen has been shortlisted in two of the most prestigious categories , ‘Content Marketing Agency of he Year’ and ‘Content Marketing Campaign of the Year’, in the annual The Drum Network Awards this autumn. The Drum awards are organised every year by The Drum Network, an organisation that helps marketing agencies reach their full potential through networking, editorial products and marketing channels.
Kaizen is nominated for ‘Agency of the Year for Content Marketing,’ and the achievement of gaining a spot on the nominee list is amplified by the fact that Kaizen is one of the youngest agencies in the category.
Since it’s inception a few years ago, Kaizen has managed to grow exponentially by combining a tailored and data- driven approach to all its content campaigns with a technology-powered approach to PR. Working with a small team of experts in design, PR and SEO, the agency continues to acquire new clients, land prolific media coverage and create innovative content. Earlier this year, Kaizen was nominated as one of the top 50 UK startups by Startups.co.uk.
In addition to the nomination for ‘Agency of the Year for Content Marketing’, Kaizen is also nominated for ‘Content Marketing Campaign of the Year’ for their work for Marbles, one of their longest standing clients.
Kaizen produced a highly successful campaign for the FinTech company Marbles.com entitled ‘The Smarter Way to Spend,’ which revealed the most cost-effective places and times to spend money, where to live and how to commute to work. The campaign was created with a limited budget and spans a range of tools with lasting value, which can be renewed each year by simply updating the data in order to maintain its relevance and refresh its purpose.
The Awards Ceremony will be held on Monday 28th November 2017 at the Marriott Grosvenor Square Hotel, London.
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