Basingstoke-based marketing agency The Typeface Group has beaten national competition once again to win a prestigious accolade at the Variety Catherine Awards in London.
The Typeface Group, based in Basing View, won a Variety Catherine award in the Women’s Empowerment in the Workplace category at a glamorous Mayfair ceremony run by children’s charity, Variety.
The Typeface Group boasts a team of eight who specialise in marketing services including copywriting, social media, website build and design, PR, photography and SEO. Managing Director Polly Buckland and Director Natalie Weaving put flexibility, positive work-life balance and strong emotional wellbeing at the heart of all the company does.
In her acceptance speech, Polly Buckland said: “The reason that we run a little micro business in Basingstoke which champions flexibility is very much because we were brought up by strong women who didn’t put any boundaries on us. We’re very lucky to have had these warrior women in our lives. So, this award is for them.”
This is the second time this year that The Typeface Group have won a coveted national award. The Typeface Group also won a UK Blog Award 2018 for Business PR, Marketing Comms and Media.
Director Natalie Weaving said: “We could not be more proud of the success The Typeface Group has enjoyed this year. The dedicated team work hard to meet the needs of our clients whilst keeping their own personal lives and commitments in check. We are so happy that this has been recognised with these amazing awards – and we’re excited to see what the future holds too.”
The Variety Catherine Awards celebrate the role of women in business throughout the UK. The initiative recognises women who have made a difference in their professional lives and the lives of others. The Women’s Empowerment in the Workplace award is about congratulating an organisation which has harnessed women’s potential in the workplace.
The Typeface Group were joint category winners with international marketing agency Beyond, which have worked with some of the biggest global companies including Facebook, Gap, Virgin and Mastercard.