Scaffolding Association Named Finalist in 2024 TAF Awards for ‘Media Campaign of the Year’ with National Scaffolding Week Recognition
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Published: December 13, 2023
The Scaffolding Association is delighted to share the exciting news that it has been selected as a finalist in the 2024 TAF Awards in the category of ‘Media Campaign of the Year’ for their annual National Scaffolding Week campaign.
With 18 award categories, these awards recognise, reward and promote best practice among trade associations in the UK and are supported by the Department for Business and Trade (DBT).
Each award is carefully evaluated by an independent panel of association and sector leaders with specialised knowledge in their respective fields. This ensures that the judging process remains fair and impartial.
The winners of the 2024 awards will be revealed during an awards evening on Thursday 22nd February 2024 at the stunning De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, in London.
Caroline May, Head of Marketing at the Scaffolding Association, expressed her delight, stating, “All of us here at the Scaffolding Association are beyond thrilled to have National Scaffolding Week recognised by the TAF award judges. It has been an incredible campaign to work on and the reception and support it has received from the industry has been even greater than we could have wished for. Being recognised through this nomination is a testament to the team’s hard work devising and implementing this campaign over the last few years. As always, the association’s mission is to continue to make a positive difference in our sector.”
Notes for editors
The Scaffolding Association is the UK’s largest dedicated trade association representing the Scaffolding and Access industry.
The construction sector employs 2.7 million people, contributes over £100bn to the UK economy which is 7% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Press contact: Chris Seaton – [email protected] or 07979 531464