Cork corporate law firm scoops top gong at digital marketing awards

Cork corporate law firm scoops top gong at digital marketing awards

A leading Irish corporate law firm’s Cork branch has won the overall award at Cork Chamber’s Digital Marketing Awards which were presented at a ceremony at the weekend.

RDJ LLP was named as the winners the Digital Marketing Legend award at Friday night’s ceremony.

This was just one of 16 awards presented on the night which saw almost 250 people from across Cork’s business community in attendance.

Cork Chamber’s Director of Member Services Anne Fitzgibbon said this year’s award wasn’t the first occasion the legal firm, which is based at Mahon Point, had been recognised for its digital marketing prowess.

“Digital marketing has become a driving force behind many core business activities and the high levels of entries that we receive each year is a reflection of this,” she said.

“RDJ are very deserving winners of the title of Digital Marketing Legend.

“The team has demonstrated their ability to deliver meaningful results for their brand and business goals.

“Every sector of our business community benefits from the growth in digital marketing.

“The diversity across the awardees really showcases the versatility of digital marketing platforms and the excellence in application of skills by the talent in the room.”

The marketing director of RDJ, Linda Kelleher, described the award as “particularly meaningful” given the firm had carried out a rebrand last year.

“It’s an incredible honour for the RDJ team to receive this recognition from Cork Chamber and esteemed industry colleagues.

“Our evolved and energised brand united the firm behind a new purpose, vision and set of values and we really wanted to showcase that in our digital marketing content,” she added, paying tribute to the firm’s marketing team for their “incredible amount of work”.

A total of 16 awards were presented by Cork Chamber, whose media partner in the competition is The Irish Examiner, at the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs.

The winners of the fifteen other awards were:

  • Best Use of Digital by a Start-Up Business: The Club Women’s Network 
  • Best Website – less than 20 employees: Red Rock Writing 
  • Best Website – 20 or more employees: Insight Insurance 
  • Best in Content Creation – less than 20 employees: Sexual Health Centre 
  • Best in Content Creation – 20 or more employees: Wisetek 
  • Best Use of Instagram – less than 20 employees: 
  • Best Use of Instagram – 20 or more employees: Hayfield Manor 
  • Best Use of Facebook – less than 20 employees: Oaktree Financial Services 
  • Best Use of Facebook – 20 or more employees: Fota Wildlife Park 
  • Best Use of X (Twitter) for Business: RDJ LLP 
  • Best Use of LinkedIn for Business: RDJ LLP 
  • Best Use of Digital Marketing for the Greater Good: The Crann Centre 
  • Best Social Media Campaign: Circus Factory 
  • Best Digital Marketing Team: Trigon Hotels Best 
  • Digital Marketing Student: Ali Nha Byrne, Wedding Dates Ireland 
  • Best Transformation – Traditional to Digital Marketing: Calnan Group