A Limerick media company have been named as finalist for four awards under the Irish Content Marketing Awards, including nominations for their work with Riverfest Limerick and Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board. The company has also had two projects selected for the 100 Archive, a selection of 100 notable communication design projects.
Piquant Media are shortlisted in four categories at the Irish Content Marketing Awards, including Best International Content Marketing Award for their work with Canadian International School in Singapore, as well as nominations for their work on Riverfest 2019 and a campaign promoting Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board. Lyndsey Hall, Social Media Manager at Piquant, was also shortlisted in the Content Marketing Rising Star category, one of five shortlisted individuals from around the country.
Roisin Buckley of Piquant Media said “Digital marketing is a growth area right now and content creation is central to getting your message to audiences.”
“At Piquant we have an amazing team of creatives who bring a passion and energy to our content creation work, and we are really proud that their excellent work has been recognised nationally.”
The Irish Content Marketing Awards are judged by a panel of leading Irish and international practitioners, academics and specialists. The winners will be announced at the awards luncheon on 12th November 2020.
Piquant has also just had two projects selected for the 100 Archive, a selection of the best of Irish communication design over the last year. Their work on the brand identity for Limerick festival Féile Na Gréine and the Better Words publication for EVA International both made the selection.
Located on Limerick's O'Connell Street, Piquant Media is a branding, video production and campaign management agency.