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We’re an agency of ‘forward thinkers’ working as partners to our clients to deliver results. Our mission has always been simple, to achieve success on behalf of our clients and our approach is to firmly position our clients at the centre of everything we do. We can proudly say that Mediaworks has the best retention record in the business.
We’ve been around since 1996, and we’re 20 this year. And like most 20-year-olds, we’re always connected, with digital at the heart of our business.
Mediaworks was launched in January 1996, having previously operated as the media division of one of Ireland’s most awarded advertising and marketing agencies. We grew into Ireland’s largest independent media agency. Our independent roots meant we could never rely on external forces for business. We have always focused on forming long-lasting relationships with clients, delivering best in class service.
In 2011, we became part of the Core Media family, having been approached to further strengthen Ireland’s largest media communications group. Mindful of the suite of tools and resources within Core Media, we saw this as a great opportunity to further develop our range of offerings for our clients; and so the team became part of the group in December 2011. Now, we deliver the best of both worlds, the scale and tools to deliver more buying power and strategy insight matched with our independent and hungry nature to fight on behalf of our clients.
Mediaworks is launched.
Mediaworks becomes the first agency in Ireland to run online banner ads (Cadbury “TimeOut” and Johnson & Johnson “Clean & Clear” on the newly launched RTE 2FM website).
The year of the mobile.
We get our first company mobile phone in the agency. It was big … and heavy …
Mediaworks’ first couple.
Ciara O’Connor and Dan Cooney – skip up the aisle and get married.
Mediaworks is awarded highest online adspend award.
Cork people account for over 20% of our team … loike!
First Media Awards.
Mediaworks wins gold at the first Irish media awards event, organised by “Marketing” magazine.
Pink, we remain.
Mindful of our evolving and broadening digital offerings, we consider changing our company logo. Thankfully we didn’t!
Mediaworks’ turnover remains relatively static despite double digit % decline in our sector. We maintain team numbers and strength despite the economic downturn.
Mediaworks hosts an Irish economic update with Jim Power. Unfortunately there wasn’t much to cheer about.
Mediaworks remains very healthy despite the downturn and we start to look at potential new offices mindful of future expansion plans. Subsequently, this new office search was put on hold because … (please see 2011) …
Joining the family.
Mediaworks joins Core Media, Ireland’s largest media group.
Mediaworks wins gold at the newly established (IMJ) Media Awards, an achievement successfully repeated at each year’s subsequent awards.
Hello to the Quays.
Our new colourful offices on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay become our home.
Emer Lawn joins the team and is appointed Director Of Digital. Our very sociable team becomes even more sociable. We move into our new colourful offices on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay.
We expand our Search and Analytics offering, as our integrated team grows. Mediaworks has more Twitter followers than any other Irish media agency.
Mediaworks.ie lookin' well.
We celebrate the launch of our lovely new website.
Awards help to set the bar high for us all, and keep a focus on innovation, but they are nothing when an afterthought. In Mediaworks, it is our aim that with each new brief, we have an opportunity to develop award winning work. We’ve been very proud of our achievements in this regard, having been one of Ireland’s most awarded agencies in recent years.
We have already won 10 awards in 2016 so far, and looking forward to creating more award-winning work with our clients.
Our culture is our people. We have been successfully awarded Ireland’s Best Workplace in Ireland for the past several years through the Great Place to Work Institute, and we know this is down to the spirit, commitment and talent of our people. We also like to think we’re a bit of craic. So tweet us, read our #Thoughts and get in touch.