Yes She Can: St Mary's Marketer shortlisted for prestigious CIM Marketing Excellence Awards
The 11th annual Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)'s Marketing Excellence Awards recognise innovation and creativity in the industry. Jeanette Ariano, Head of Marketing & Communications at St Mary's School, has been shortlisted for Marketer of the Year 2020.
The Senior Leadership Team, teaching staff and students at St Mary's School, Cambridge are celebrating Jeanette's exciting news. Finalists will now be judged by an esteemed panel of experts, representing leading brands including: Financial Times, HSBC, Hello Fresh, Everton Football Club and leading agencies.
An awards ceremony will be held in London on 2 April 2020, and the evening will see the best of UK marketing’s talent compete to be rewarded for their marketing campaigns over the last twelve months. Jeanette has been shortlisted for the hard work, creativity and success of her marketing plans, in particular for the success of the Yes She Can campaign, which aims to encourage girls to join St Mary's.
Jeanette Ariano responded to the announcement: "I am absolutely thrilled and honoured to be a finalist for Marketer of the Year 2020. Thank you to my brilliant and supportive marcomms team at St Mary's School - who have turned our ambitious plans in to action."
“I’m delighted to announce the short list for this year’s Marketing Excellence Awards,” commented Chris Daly, chief executive of CIM. “We have seen many outstanding entries this year, and the breadth of entries clearly demonstrates our profession’s hard work over the past 12 months."
The CIM Marketing Excellence Awards are an annual event created to highlight, celebrate and promote excellence within the field of marketing. These provide individuals, teams and agencies from across the marketing industry with the opportunity to showcase their successes and the impact of their campaigns. The Awards are open to any organisation within the UK, regardless of size, sector or industry.
More about the CIM Awards