Manchester exposure and experiential marketing agency, Wolfe, has been named the Best In Events 2017 at the annual Recommended Agency Register (RAR) Awards in London, for the fifth consecutive year.
Wolfe's fifth win is particularly notable as the RAR Awards are one of a kind in the industry, with winning only being achieved through the high regards of clients, and demonstrated by the clients ratings of agencies.
Founder and Managing Director, Laura Wolfe, said “This award is particularly special as it is based on anonymous ratings from our clients. I’m immensely proud of the team and the work that’s been delivered over the past year. I can’t believe we’ve won best in events five years’ running. We couldn’t have done it without our clients and I’m very grateful."
Having delivered over 60 events within the past year for a wide range of clients and industries, the award recognises the enthusiasm and hard work the Wolfe team have put into each event they have delivered over the last year.
The win comes as Wolfe have been re-appointed to deliver a host of flagship events in 2017 including the Big Chip Awards, the Northern Tech Awards, the Business of Science Conference, and the IoD North West Director of the Year Awards.
The agency has also recently strengthened its senior management team, with the appointment of Chris Marmion, heading up the agency’s experiential marketing arm and working alongside clients including Manchester Airports Group, Pets At Home, and Leesa Sleep, and project co-ordinators Hannah Morgan and Neil Cooper.
"This award is particularly special as it is based on anonymous ratings from our clients. Im immensely proud of the team and the work thats been delivered over the past year."
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