Marston’s celebrate win at the DigitalWomen Awards

By John Corser | Business Picks | Published:

Marston’s all-female digital team have won the award for ‘digital campaign of the year’ at the first DigitalWomen Awards, after achieving their most successful online campaign to date.

Rebecca Hargreaves and Emma Place from Marston’s digital team

The DigitalWomen Awards celebrate female success in digital and digital business.

The award win comes off the back of Marston’s offer led campaign, which focused on increasing restaurant bookings during the winter period and ran during November last year.

After being shortlisted alongside four additional entries, the judging panel, made up of 15 leading female professionals in the digital industry, agreed on a winner which was announced during the ceremony on Monday, March 9.

Emma Place, senior digital marketing manager at Marston’s, said: “We are so proud to have won the award, it’s a fantastic achievement for us. The whole team was involved in creating the campaign and it was a real collaborative effort.”

The award ceremony took place at Mrs Fogg’s Below Deck Venue, London.

Digital Women is a community created to empower one million women through digital skills. For more information about Digital Women and the awards, please visit:

The digital team at Marston’s is a group of seven women, who look after both customer facing technology/CX and sales driving digital campaigns for circa 900 pubs and hotels.

Marston’s continue to be one of the key drivers in the industry to champion the equality of women and are proud of where the company stands following ongoing internal reviews and a public analysis of Gender Pay Reporting.

Marston’s has over 14,000 employees and has an estate of approx. 1400 pubs across the UK.

John Corser

By John Corser
Business Reporter - @JohnCorser_Star

Express & Star Business Editor at head office, Wolverhampton. Welcomes all news of companies and business organisations.

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