A win for the industry: Congratulations to the Travel Marketing Awards Winners

by Dane Cobain at April 21, 2016

At fst, we live and die on our strategic approach and our creative thinking. In competitive sectors, like in the travel industry, experience isn’t enough – you need to mix experience, knowledge and wisdom together if you want to create a campaign that will cut through the noise and deliver results for the client.

That’s why we’re proud to be holding our own amongst some of the biggest names in the industry, from huge international agencies like Ogilvy and Mediacom to massive brands like Thomson Holidays, Airbnb and even fst client Avis.

At this year’s Travel Marketing Awards ceremony, held at the Grosvenor House hotel on 15th March 2016, fst won gold, scooping the Best Use of Video award for our“Hot Tub Experience” video for Forest Holidays.

It was a fantastic moment for us, and the highlight of a fantastic night that will have the industry buzzing until the British Travel Awards at the end of the year. But for us, it wasn’t all about the award – awards are great, but they’re a by-product of problem solving and great creative.

 

TMA Winners

 

The Travel Marketing Awards was a great excuse for us to meet up with old and new friends and to be a part of something special. It was also a great way to drum up some extra inspiration – we’re proud to be working in such a creative industry, and we’re proud to have held our own against some fantastic campaigns from the other award-winners and nominees.

So be sure to check out this year’s Travel Marketing Awards winners’ brochure – be inspired by the winners, be humbled by the nominees who submitted great work but who missed out thanks to the quality of the competition, and keep your eyes peeled for a cheeky mention of fst on page five.

We’ll see you at next year’s ceremony!

 

Want to find out more about our Hot Tub Experience” video?

It’s easy! Check out the animation, take a look behind the scenes with Chester and Hazel, or click here to view our case study