CJAM is the only marketing agency in Essex to be shortlisted as a finalist in the ‘Direct marketing, under 30 staff’ category of the prestigious Recommended Agency Register (RAR) 2013 Awards. Having become an approved member of RAR in 2012, CJAM was selected as a finalist for this year’s awards following a series of strong recommendations from clients for its direct marketing services. The winners will be revealed at an awards ceremony in London on 18th April 2013.
“It’s a great honour to be recognised by RAR for our direct marketing achievements,” comments Christine Joyce, Managing Director, CJAM. “I’d like to thank our clients for recommending us and my team for all their hard work and dedication. This accolade is thoroughly deserved and we’re looking forward to celebrating with the other finalists and winners in April.”
The Recommended Agency Register is a comprehensive directory of the UK’s most highly recommended marketing agencies. RAR collects 5,000 client ratings each year for marketing agencies across the country. Clients are invited to rate agencies out of 100 for their skill in specific marketing disciplines, including design, digital and direct marketing, as well as their creativity, value for money and ability to deliver on time. The RAR team analyses the results and shortlists the top ten scoring agencies in each category for the awards.
CJAM works on a variety of direct marketing projects for clients, including regular email marketing campaigns for a variety of automotive and charity organisations. The team has tripled the membership of a respected trade association in just six years, and achieved a cumulative total of £690,000 in equivalent advertising value for an automotive organisation through strong marketing and media campaigns.
The CJAM team’s RAR finalist accolade follows its success at the Colchester Business Awards in November 2012, when Christine Joyce was named as a finalist for the ‘Business Woman of the Year’ category and CJAM was selected as a finalist in the ‘New Company of the Year’ category.