Perception management outfit, Brooks and Blake Nigeria, has won the Marketing World Awards as the best public relations agency in Nigeria for the fourth year running at the 7th Marketing World Awards, MWA, held at the Kempinski Ambassador Hotel Accra, Ghana. The Awards organised by Instinct Wave media recognises outstanding personalities and organisations in the marketing communication industry in Nigeria and West Africa.
Speaking at the event, Group Executive Publisher, Marketing World Magazine Mr. Akin Naphtal, commended all nominees at the awards and promised to continue to beam the searchlight of MWAon excellence in the marketing communication field.
In his reaction, the Principal Partner, Brooks and Blake Nigeria Limited, Mr. Sola Fijabi, said his organisation is honoured to have won the award for the fourth time in a row.
“Winning the Marketing World Award for four consecutive years is quite heartwarming. We thank all our clients who believe in us. We have been able to come this far because we are working for them. Our promise is to continue being the company we are, creating new frontiers for excellence in the industry, collaborating with our colleagues to make the industry the pride of everyone, which will in turn continue to engender respect for the profession and the value it brings to the marketing communication practice” said Fijabi.
Some of the clients of Brooks+Blake include multinational companies like MTN Nigeria, GlaxoSmithkline Consumer and Pharmaceuticals Nigeria Plc, Unilever Nigeria Plc, and Suntory Food and Beverages.
Also speaking on the recognition, the Executive Director, Brooks and Blake, Taiwo Ogunwumi, reiterated the firm’s commitment to continually maintain its exceptional delivery of service to its clients as a way to uphold the tenets of the award.
“Winning consecutively for four years validates the fact that devotion and immense commitment to the clients’ needs with a clearly defined vision has its incentives. We are delighted with this experience as it indicates that we have been doing our job right and contributing our own little quota to promote the healthy growth of the marketing industry.”