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Manchester Marketing Agency Fast Web Media Shortlisted in UK Agency Awards

Manchester Marketing Agency Fast Web Media Shortlisted in UK Agency Awards

– Manchester-based digital marketing agency Fast Web Media has been shortlisted in two categories at this year’s UK Agency Awards.

The award recognises excellence in the way creative agencies are run, marketed and grown. Fast Web Media has been shortlisted in the ‘Best New Business Campaign’ category for its work on the eSports market and recently-launched eBook Field of View – How to Identify Your eSports Audience, and ‘Best Agency Website’.

Joana Ferreira, Senior Marketing Manager at Fast Web Media said: “The agency has gone from strength to strength over the last two years, and we wanted to capture this with a new image and renewed focus on emerging markets. Our eSports eBook is the result of our hard working team who has spent months getting to know the business. It’s great to see our efforts rewarded with these nominations.”

Fast Web Media’s rebrand pays homage to its 22-year history in Manchester’s digital marketing scene, taking inspiration from the symbolic worker bee. The company has grown considerably over the last twelve months, with nine new employees and clients including Blu, Gfinity eSports and BBC Children in Need.

The UK Agency Awards take place at the Montcalm Marble Arch in London on Wednesday 13th September.


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