KFH scoops prestigious award for Completely London magazine at CMA Awards

27th November, 2014

Completely London, the customer magazine produced by Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward, won yet another coveted award at last night’s prestigious International Content Marketing Awards. Donna Hardie, Editor of the publication, beat off stiff competition from the likes of British Airways High Life, John Lewis Edition and Waitrose Kitchen magazines, to win Editor of the Year.

This win brings the total number of awards for the publication up to 9 in just five years along with 3 highly commended recommendations. Produced by creative agency August Media, Completely London is regarded as one of the best in field consumer focused customer titles.

Sarah Bravo, Editorial Director at August Media, comments: “We are incredibly proud of Donna and the Completely London team for yet another win in an increasingly crowded and 'me-too' sector. It was a fantastic brief from the start, but even more valuable to us has been KFH's understanding of the importance of customer engagement and their total belief in the potential great content has.”

Anna Macleod, Head of Marketing and Communications at KFH, comments: “In a market saturated by conventional property listings magazines, Completely London has had to shine brighter by surprising even the most in-the-know readers. The majority of our customers are London savvy so the aim has been to produce content that makes the reader say, “Well I didn’t know that” about the postcodes and areas around them. We’ve really thought about what buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants across London want to know about the City in which they live. It’s been a powerful tool for customer engagement which showcases not only the properties we are marketing but also really highlights our local knowledge and expertise within the London property market.”

The International Content Marketing Awards have become one of the most prestigious in the industry, with more than 450 entries from 6 continents.

To read the latest of onine version of Completely London magazine, click here