Shouting loud and proud about the incredible culture, music and hospitality offering in and around the Liverpool City Region has been at the forefront of daily business for The Guide Liverpool for the last 4 years.
Capturing unforgettable events such as Liverpool Dream, LFC Champions League success and annual gatherings such as the Randox Heath Grand National and LIMF – the stunning video footage shared on social media has now attracted local and national award nominations.
The Merseyside Independent Business Awards was founded by Morecrofts Solicitors to mark 200 years of its own independent status. The annual ceremony shines a spotlight on businesses, their owners and supporters from across the city region. The Guide Liverpool is delighted to be nominated for Best Creative Business for the second consecutive year.
The Guide Liverpool Director, Jay Hynd said:
“To be recognised once again by the MIB Awards is just fantastic. We’re honoured to be joining a whole host of independent businesses from around the city on 10th October for a brilliant evening.”
A birthday celebration and a local award nomination is quite an achievement for a day at work, however the good news doesn’t end there. The UK Social Media Communication Awards 2019 has recognised The Guide Liverpool in two categories this year.
The annual awards bash rewards individuals, companies and organisations who are using online platforms to communicate in fresh and innovative ways. The Guide Liverpool prides itself on working with partners and clients across the Liverpool City Region to produce quality, engaging and informative videos which perfectly captures unforgettable moments.
The Guide Liverpool has been nominated in two award categories; Best Use of Facebook/Instagram with Culture Liverpool for Liverpool’s Dream and Best Use of Twitter for The Grand National 2019 Ladies Day Style Award with The Jockey Club and Randox Health.
“To now be recognised on a national level by the UK Social Media Communications Awards, up against some pretty hefty international brands is just unreal.
“I must mention the two events our coverage has been nominated for: Liverpool’s Dream, the Giants in 2018 will always have a special place in the city’s hearts and we were honoured to work with the Culture Liverpool team so closely to produce the content we did.
And then Aintree. Liverpool wouldn’t be Liverpool without the Grand National and it was a huge privilege for us to work on that event too.”
As the team gears up for the awards it’s business as usual shouting loud and proud about Liverpool and its incredible culture, music, people and more.