Propaganda Shortlisted for MCA Strategy Award… But, Why MCA?
We’re delighted that our work for long-standing client FMG has been shortlisted for this year’s Management Consultancies Association, Business Strategy Award.
But, why MCA?
Propaganda is the only marketing agency to be granted membership of the Management Consultancies Association and this shows just how different we are. Our membership doesn’t just serve to make us feel special – it’s to provide value for our clients and confidence to our prospects.
After all, our membership was secured on the basis of serious results. And as an agency, Propaganda has been delivering tangible business benefits and insight based results over the past 20 years.
During the nine years we’ve been a member of the MCA, we’ve won a series of awards, for marketing, strategy, innovation and customer engagement, across a range of sectors from logistics to cosmetics. Two Propaganda directors have claimed the title of Marketing Consultant of the year, Kirsty Birks (2007) and Julian Horberry (2009). Propaganda has also won the award for Best Small Consultancy Firm (2009).
Entering the MCA awards is a robust and comprehensive process, starting with a written entry of 2000 words. If shortlisted, the consultants and a client representative are required to attend an interview in front of a panel of industry leaders.
Other companies shortlisted for this year’s Strategy award are Boxwood with Travelex, KPMG with Philip Morris International and Prederi for the Department of Health. As a business, we’re often judged by the company we keep, and with the caliber of consultant/client entries in our category, we can be assured that our work is of the highest standard.
Sitting alongside the likes of Accenture, Deloitte and PwC, as MCA members, it’s easy to see why our clients are so confident in our abilities to transform their businesses.
Keep your eyes on @Propaganda_uk for updates on our progress.