Portsmouth marketing agency in the running for two top accolades

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A Portsmouth marketing agency has been shortlisted for the second year running in two categories at the B2B marketing awards.

Really B2B, based at 1000 Lakeside, is in the running for the best SME-targeted campaign, with their ‘let’s do business’ campaign for Zipcar – a title they will be defending from last year.

It’s amazing to know that the consistent hard work and incredibly high standards we see every day at Really B2B are being recognised by our industry peers

Kirsty Dawe, managing director at Really B2B

They have also once again been shortlisted for the B2B marketing communications agency of the year – one of just six agencies across the UK nominated for the prestigious award.

Kirsty Dawe, managing director at Really B2B, said: ‘It’s a privilege to once again be shortlisted for two categories in the B2B marketing awards.

‘As an agency, our clients are at the focus of everything we do, and we continue to exceed their expectations and smash original targets across all our campaigns.

‘It’s amazing to know that the consistent hard work and incredibly high standards we see every day at Really B2B are being recognised by our industry peers.’

The services they provide include campaign strategy planning and implementation, market analysis, inbound and direct marketing.

With a growing client base of industry-leaders such as Miele Professional, For Dummies, Hyundai, Zipcar, Calor and Office Depot, Really B2B are enjoying a period of rapid expansion and success that’s only set to continue.

The B2B marketing awards were launched in 2005 to recognise excellence and innovation within B2B marketing.

With over 800 attendees at last year’s event and a list of previous award winners featuring the likes of Google, Microsoft UK and Unilever, the awards have become the must-attend event of the B2B marketing calendar.

Now in their tenth year, the awards continue to grow, with entries up 10 per cent on last year.

This means competition is also tougher, with just 163 entries out of 570 being shortlisted.

The final awards ceremony will take place on November 19 at the Honorable Artillery Company in London.