Our Success, Property Forum Awards

News - 24/04/2015

Congratulations to our Marketing Team who last night won the Property Forum Award for Best Promotional Material at the Cumberland Hotel in London.

The Property Forum Awards, which was hosted by SearchFlow, celebrates and applauds key achievements and talent within the Conveyancing Industry.

The exclusive awards consisted of six carefully chosen categories designed to identify leading firms that set definitive benchmarks for excellence. These awards are open to any law firm who provides conveyancing services in the UK.

Our winning award showcased our new brand, how we communicate and attract/retain business. The category is designed to celebrate exceptional marketing excellence with the judges looking for an example of a successful marketing campaign that made a real difference to the organisation with a particular focus on three areas:

  • Campaign objectives, messages, channels and audience
  • Use of digital marketing such as blogs, social media, video, online advertising etc.
  • Use of traditional marketing such as brochures, direct mail, print advertising

The judges were very impressed with our rebrand last autumn which was regarded as fresh and innovative with clear objectives, message, channels and audience and which used very effectively both digital marketing such as social media and traditional marketing such a brochures and print advertising.
We were shortlisted alongside Stone Rowe Brewer, Convey Law and Clutton Cox with a commendation given to Convey Law for their Marketing achievement. The judges highlighted each of the 4 entries for our category was of a very high standard so we are thrilled to have been presented with this award.

Searchflow Property Forum Awards 2015

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