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Penarth-based Advertising Agency Recognised in National Marketing Awards

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The Media Angel were recognised for their excellence in marketing at The Drum Awards 2019. They received a highly commended in the Media Planning or Buying category at the prestigious National Annual Awards.

The Drum Marketing awards celebrate the best marketers and campaigns both nationally and internationally. Open to advertising agencies, in-house marketing teams, design consultancies, digital agencies, PR companies and integrated agencies.

Just missing out to Volkswagen UK they were awarded highly commended for their excellence in media planning and buying for work with client Swansea University.

The Media Angel were the only Welsh agency shortlisted under ‘Media Planning or Buying’ and ‘Advertising Campaign’ both for their work with Swansea University for their June Open Day Campaign 2018.  The campaign generated a 30% increase in Open Day registrations in 2018 exceeding the 10% target, over delivering by 200%.

The Media Angel were also finalists In the ‘Advertising’ category alongside campaigns for Vodaphone, Swinton Insurance, Sky Betting & Gaming, Samsung and WaterAid. In the ‘Media Planning or Buying’ category they were nominated alongside Fox Sports for the FIFA World Cup 2018 and Volkswagen UK.

Alison Debono Director of The Media Angel said:

“I am beyond thrilled that The Media Angel has been recognised at the prestigious awards against national and global agencies and brands. We are a small agency yet  prove we can provide our clients with National award-winning results.

The awards ceremony was held on Wednesday 3rd April in the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London. The Drum Marketing Awards are one of the industry’s most sought  after accolades and had many prestigious judges from companies such as Spotify, Sony, Not on the High Street to name a few.

The Media Angel created a multi-faceted campaign for Swansea University which utilised a broad range of media to engage with 18-21-year olds including; TV, digital, print and various outdoor platforms.