Mediaworks shortlisted at The Prolific North Awards 2015

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It’s time to dust-off the tuxedos once again! Following on from being listed in The Prolific North Top 50 Digital Agencies 2015 at the end of February, we have also been nominated for the ‘Large Digital Agency’ prize at The Prolific North Awards 2015.

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The shortlist for the awards was announced by Prolific North this morning, ahead of the third annual awards dinner at The Point at Lancashire County Cricket Club on Thursday 30 April. Entries were submitted by over 250 companies, institutions and organisations from across the North, and Mediaworks is extremely proud to be one of the shortlisted companies; demonstrating the enormous range of creative talent that is booming across the region.


Speaking of the achievement, Mediaworks’ founder and Managing Director, Brett Jacobson, said: “Once again, we’re thrilled that Mediaworks has been shortlisted for the Large Digital Agency award. The calibre of organisations in this year’s category is exceptional and we’re happy to see that our blend of creativity and essential technical skills is positioning us as one of the best large agencies to work with.”


Rooted in Newcastle as a specialist in creative search, we are extremely proud to have made the list. We would also like to thank Prolific North and the hard-working and highly experienced group of judges for their time and effort and we look forward to seeing continued success in the future.


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