Receptional is celebrating six award wins – and a further six nominations – over the last month, recognising both our workplace culture and client campaigns.
We won the Best Culture Transformation Initiative at the UK Company Culture Awards, thanks to a focus on management, morale and motivation over the last two years. This has seen Receptional secure Investors in People status; re-define our mission, purpose and values; increase spend on wellbeing and training; and appoint a Culture Lead to shape our approach to sustainability, equality, diversity and inclusion. As a result, the Full Potential Group said that our team was the most motivated it had seen post-pandemic.
Work that we did for two of our clients also won gongs. A LinkedIn lead generation campaign for wealth management firm, Killik & Co, took home Best Use of LinkedIn Ads and Finance Campaign of the Year at the UK Paid Media Awards. It has also been shortlisted for Social Media Campaign of the Year at the UK Digital Growth Awards, with winners set to be announced in June.
Meanwhile, a Google and Facebook advertising campaign for childcare provider, Bright Horizons, won silver for Best Integrated Paid Media Campaign at the UK Paid Media Awards and gold for Most Effective Use of Data at The Drum Awards for Search. It’s up for a further two prizes at the UK Digital Growth Awards – Best Use of Data and Integrated Search Campaign of the Year.
We’ve also received nominations for our leadership and overall growth. We’re in the running for New Business Team and Sales Leader at the ALF Awards, and Marketing and PR Supplier at the EGR B2B Awards. The latter celebrate the very best service providers in sports betting and iGaming – a key sector for us.
Justin Deaville, Managing Director at Receptional, says: “Our promise to clients is to deliver Smarter Digital Thinking – campaigns that are creative and effective, and have a real impact on their bottom line. Seeing those campaigns deliver results is wonderful. Having them recognised by our peers with awards such as these is icing on the cake.”
Dean Rowland, Business Development Director and Culture Lead, adds: “Over the last two years, the whole team has pulled together to transform our culture. The results speak for themselves – we’ve grown from 32 to 50 people, and 93% of them say they’re fully live our values. Being recognised for this transformation, alongside other companies that are so focussed on their team’s development and wellbeing, is an honour.”
Our team continues to grow and we’re recruiting across all disciplines, at a range of levels. Our latest opportunities are available at: https://careers.receptional.com.
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