QueryClick sees double as Marketing Society STAR awards announce shortlist
QueryClick have been nominated for two awards at this year’s Marketing Society STAR awards – alongside outdoor specialist retailer, Tiso.
Edinburgh & London, April 2022:
They join outdoor clothing and equipment specialist, and fellow Scottish business, Tiso, in the award nomination. Both are nominated following QueryClick’s campaign to boost Tiso’s Google Shopping campaigns, seeing as much as a 210% increase in revenue.
Nominees for the Digital Strategy category are:
- QueryClick & Tiso
- Bright Signals & Edinburgh Gin
- Bright Signals & Linn
- The Union & The Scottish Government
Alongside this award nomination, QueryClick has also been nominated for the Chairman’s Award for First Time Entry – Agency. This category is specially selected by the award board.
Joining QueryClick in this category are BRC Imagination and Pim-Pam.
Commenting on the award nomination, QueryClick Head of Client Services, Lindsay Dier, said:
“As a business that has its roots in Edinburgh, it’s great to be nominated for an award that recognises Scottish businesses.
This nomination is a testament to the hard work our team puts into all of our client work – and it’s even better because we get to help shine a spotlight on a fellow Scottish company like Tiso.
The previous two years haven’t been easy for retailers and QueryClick has been dedicated to helping our retail clients, not only survive but grow in challenging times, which I think is highlighted in our work with Tiso.”
All winners are announced at the ceremony on 23rd June. View full shortlist here.
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