Shortlisted for Excellence
The leading on site equipment manufacturer entered two awards: Website of the Year and Best Use of New Media.
The year of 2016 saw the company embark on a digital journey that led an evolution of its online presence through the development of a robust digital strategy, focused on raising the standards and quality of information available to the national hire industry and step changing their methods and level of engagement with the industry.
The strategy saw greater creativity and integration of social media into their campaign, through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, online blogs and eshots along with the evolution of video content to build rapport with their existing customers, grow business and connect with new customers at home and overseas.
Chris Morris, CEO and MD of Morris Site Machinery, said: “Innovation, quality and raising standards are central to the Morris Site Machinery philosophy, along with consistently improving how customers can interact and work with us and new media is a key channel in helping us achieve this.”
The Hire Awards of Excellence acknowledge the successes of hirers and suppliers, along with the individuals who set the standard. The Awards could be classed as the most sought after accolade within the plant, tool, equipment and event hire industries.
The winners of each category will be announced at the Hire Awards of Excellence taking place on Saturday 22nd April at Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London.Back to news
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