Winchester firm celebrates nomination at prestigious awards

Hampshire Chronicle: Debby Head, Adam Berry, Leah MacSween, Jane Fish and Luke Bower of Ministry of Fish Debby Head, Adam Berry, Leah MacSween, Jane Fish and Luke Bower of Ministry of Fish

A WINCHESTER-based marketing agency is celebrating after being nominated for a top award.

Ministry of Fish has been nominated for Communications Agency Team of the Year at an awards ceremony by PharmaTimes', a magazine for the pharmaceutical industry.

Jane Fish, managing director at Ministry of Fish, said: "We're over the moon to be nominated for such a prestigious award, we certainly feel our work within the Pharmaceutical industry is worthy of recognition - and we're delighted our clients feel the same way!"

The firm are based within the grounds of Winchester Cathedral and have eight fulltime employees. the Pharma, Automotive, FMCG and Logistics industries. Having been relatively new to Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Fish's work now includes design, online, interactive visual aids, events and video production.

Contributing to the success has been the recently launched video production division Fish Camera Action! Complete with green screen studio, their service offers video content for a range of media output. The PharmaTimes awards recognise and celebrate the best agencies and are open to all marketing communications disciplines including PR, medical education, digital, creative and full service agencies.

The awards ceremony takes place in London on December 6.

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