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Impression shortlisted for five UK Biddable Media Awards

Nottingham based digital marketing agency Impression has been shortlisted for the 2020 UK Biddable Media Awards in five different categories.

The awards, recognise excellence amongst businesses working in the paid media space through search, social and programmatic advertising, across a variety of channels including Google Ads, Microsoft Advertising, Facebook and more.

Finalists have to prove the value of the work they do by demonstrating impressive results for clients in terms of sales, conversions and a significant ROI on their digital marketing efforts.

Impression is shortlisted in five categories for six awards, including Biddable Agency Led Campaign of the Year, Best Shopping Ads Campaign of the Year, Paid Search Campaign of the Year, Retail Campaign of the Year and the highly coveted Large Biddable Agency of the Year award, which will be announced on Thursday 19 March in London.

Commenting on the announcement, Liam Wade, Head of Paid Media at Impression, said:

“The last year 12 months have been instrumental for the long term success of our paid media team and Impression as a whole and it’s great to see our work with clients recognised in these nominations.

“The paid media industry is becoming increasingly competitive all the time and we are constantly having to adapt our strategies and tactics to remain ahead of the game. This has included the recruitment of new members to the team, upskilling our paid media strategists and the development of technology to aid and inform our efforts to ensure we invest our clients’ budgets in the most effective way possible.

“As well as working with SMEs and larger businesses across the Midlands, we now regularly attract attention from major national and international brands, now working with established names including Cancer Research UK and Andertons. We have big plans for 2020 and we hope the UK Biddable Media Awards are just the starting point.”

Impression is continuing to invest in internal staff training and development in the coming months and has recently renovated its office space to allow further 1:1 collaboration and discussion between teams. It has plans to recruit a further ten members of staff in 2020 across both its paid and organic teams as well as it’s graduate training programme which is currently welcoming applications.

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