We're very proud to announce that the Mackman Group has been nominated as finalists for two categories of the Colchester District Business Awards: Business Innovation of the Year and in the Business to Business (B2B) category. The award ceremony will take place at the Charter Hall, Colchester on Friday 26th November.
Mackman Group Director, Paul Mackman said:
"Mackman's Mighty Mailer was an obvious contender for the awards. It's an extremely powerful email marketing tool which can really save companies time and money. Unlike most other email marketing software, Mighty is highly personalised and offers companies the ability to create a campaign and then see it through from sending and tracking to the all-essential marketing follow-up and analysis. Its real strength lies in its comprehensive automation capabilities, its built-in capability in avoiding spam-trapping software and its unique survey creator feature. It's a great product which we're extremely proud of. We think it deserves to do well."
Mackman's Business to Business award nomination reflects our collaborative approach with the companies we work with. We like to think of ourselves as a kind of bolt-on marketing/design/PR department which is accessible to our clients when they most need it. Putting customer service and value for money at the top of our list of objectives helps us understand our clients' most pertinent needs and enables us to work well in a Business to Business environment.
We've all got our fingers crossed for the 26th next month, and are proud to have got this far in the awards.
Dr Gemma Mackman
Dr Gemma Mackman is co-founder and Research Director of the Mackman Group. Her professional career has given her a broad knowledge of business practices, an appreciation of good customer service and experience of a diverse range of sectors. Gemma is also a member of the Market Research Society and has completed research training provided by the Economic and Social Research Council.More About Gemma
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