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RBH scoops six nominations in the Roses Creative Awards 2020

We’re thrilled to announce that RBH has accumulated six nominations in the illustrious Roses Creative Awards, held annually by The Drum.

The awards celebrate talent in advertising, design and digital outside of London and will be judged by some of the UK’s leading creative professionals, including Emma Scott Robinson from Publicis Sapient.

RBH’s nominations include work for long-standing clients Fantasie Lingerie and Church End Brewery, as well as a video campaign in partnership with Dudley and Walsall Mental Health NHS Trust, which is particularly pleasing in that it is a clear demonstration of how we Dare to Care in everything we do.

The agency has been shortlisted for awards in the following six categories:

Online film – Breaking Point for Dudley and Walsall Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust
Promotional literature – Songs of Prize for Church End Brewery
Integrated campaign – It’s Who I Am for Fantasie Lingerie
Self-promotion – Songs of Prize for Church End Brewery
Charity ad – Breaking Point for Dudley and Walsall Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust
Press campaign – It’s Who I Am for Fantasie Lingerie

This follows RBH’s recognition earlier this year as top independent agency in the West Midlands in the Drum’s Annual Independent Agencies Census.

RBH founding partner Debra Hepburn said: “In such unprecedented times, our nominations in this year’s Roses are a fantastic reminder of what we as an agency are capable of. Not only are we able to keep our clients at the forefront of people’s minds, but we produce insight-driven, cut-through creative work that’s recognised by key industry leaders.”

Creative Director Michael Vines added: “The standard of work at the Roses gets higher every year and we’re really proud to have been nominated for three powerful pieces of creative.”

Written by Fizz Bingham

Digital Partner and Lifelong RBH-er.

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