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Armagh-based creative agency named picks up prestigious marketing award

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Colm Boylan, Saerlaith Duffy and James Cullen

Armagh-based creative agency, Ripple Creative, has been named ‘Small Agency of the Year’ at the prestigious Construction Marketing Awards 2020.

The awards are one of the biggest celebrations of marketing success in the UK construction industry.

Founded just over two years ago, the company had a vision of growing a creative design agency that is passionate about results-driven creative solutions.

Starting out as a ‘one-man-band’, the company has grown from strength to strength, now working with some of the biggest names in the business, such as Tobermore, Brett Martin, Keystone Group, Heron Bros, and Specialist Joinery.

The Construction Marketing Awards, now in its twentieth year, celebrates best-in-class marketing for the Construction industry across the UK, attracting a large number of entries from across the industry each year.

The judging panel commented: “Ripple is a young agency, which in the space of a couple of years has achieved strong growth and significant market share in its core area, to creatively construct relevant and well-targeted, nuanced design. This has been achieved largely via word-of-mouth recommendation during these tough times. These guys are certainly beginning to make waves.”

Commenting on the achievement, Colm Boylan, Director at Ripple Creative, said: “I am so proud of the Ripple team – we have maintained our determination and demonstrated great resilience consistently throughout this extremely tough year.

“We’re passionate about what we do and our culture is built on high standards, creativity and originality, so we’re over the moon to have won ‘Small Agency of the Year’ in recognition of our efforts against such tough
competition and industry talent.

Thanks to our clients who have come along with us on this journey, and our team who have worked tirelessly and with such passion this year.”

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