Earlier this year we delighted to win a double national design award – voted for by our clients
To begin with, everyone at Punch was delighted just to be shortlisted in a phenomenal ten categories at the Recommended Agency Register (RAR) awards, the idea of a fancy night out in London combined with the crushing anxiety of potentially winning nothing was enough excitement – but to then win the titles for ‘Client Services’ and the prestigious ‘Grand Prix’ crown totally bowled us over…
Voted for by our clients, RAR is something we decided to become a part of to validate our services in the design industry – to help new clients understand and trust our creative services. Being part of the register is hard work in itself, our clients are continually asked to provide their comments and recommendations. If our level of feedback slips then you can no longer be a part of RAR.
Our membership of RAR is testament to our focus on the client experience and has played an important role in our continued development as a design agency.
We are proud of our achievements – especially given the challenging financial climate where marketing budgets are continually tightened. Our focus has been all about the client and making sure they are happy through good communication and a quality ‘end product’.
The timing of the awards could not have been better for us as we continue to invest in the business. We recently moved into a new 3000 sq foot studio specified to include on-site photographic and video studio and creative space ready made to continue the growth of our team throughout the year.
In fact the only downside to the whole event was a long train journey back to Leeds following a late night celebrating…
Fittingly the final word can go to Claire Bowes, senior brand campaign manager for Yorkshire Building Society, who was good enough to add weight to our submission:
“Punch are willing to go the extra mile to add value both from a creative and production perspective. When we started working together they quickly got to grips with our brand before continually delivering projects against exceptionally tight timescales.”