We’re happy to announce that our Marketing Team are recognised as the winner of Best Small Comms Team of the Year at the Comms2Point0 awards last week.
The Comms2point0 ‘Unawards’ was hosted in Birmingham last Friday and aims to recognise ‘genuine creativity, innovation and solid results’. The awards offer a laid-back and community-focused alternative to mainstream digital, marketing and comms awards.
Left to right: Marketing and Communications Manager, Paige. Design and Marketing Assistant, Lucy.
Since forming TLC in 2017, our Marketing and Communications Manager Paige, has been working to develop a brand, team and strategy from the ground up. Earlier this year the team grew, welcoming Lucy as Design and Marketing Assistant and Jody as a long-standing volunteer Illustrator.
Left to right: Design and Marketing Assistant, Lucy. Volunteer Illustrator, Jody.
The initial brief was big in the world of marketing and comms – build a brand including social media, website, offline material, public presence and internal communications from scratch.
This work developed a vibrant brand, high-performing social media accounts, PR, analytics and reporting, a volunteering scheme and helped to secure TLC’s external presence on the Greater Manchester map.
Their nominator, Head of Development – Emily Williams, said;
Paige, Lucy, Jody and our previous volunteers should win because they have built a brand against all the odds. The team have worked strongly and closely through transitional and turbulent times. They have gone above and beyond every day to carry out their role in a creative, honest and authentic way. Their positivity is infectious and we are lucky to have them.
A big congratulations to the team, including all TLC Marketing Volunteers who have supported over the last three years.
With judges giving the final comments;
Clear objectives, creative content and cross organisational engagement made this entry stand out. The team were given a clear remit and they set out to demonstrate their approach and worth and gain the buy in of senior leaders and the wider organisation to support them in creation of a new brand and identity. They used evaluation tools and techniques to ensure their output added real value to organisational aims.
To read more about our journey becoming TLC click here.